Sara Gómez Woolley is an award-winning Latina illustrator, graphic novelist, and educator living and working in Brooklyn, NY.
Sara’s work has been recognized by the New York Society of Illustrators, the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles, and 3×3 Magazine of Contemporary Illustration. She has worked on a variety of exciting projects for clients including National Geographic, DC COMICS, Image Comics, Scholastic, Random House, Parallax Press, For Beginners Books, and the New Castle Science Convention UK.
Sara’s ongoing personal project, a fictionalized graphic memoir written collaboratively with her mother Leila Gómez Woolley, entitled Los Pirineos, the mostly true memoirs of Esperancita Gómez, was singled out for award by the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture, the largest Latino arts organization in the US.
Sara is a current faculty of the Communications Design Department at New York City College of Technology, CUNY, and was recently appointed to the CUNY Graduate Center. She is honored to serve the illustration community as part of the Board of Directors of the New York Society of Illustrators.