Amy Hwang has drawn cartoons for The New Yorker since 2010. Recurring themes in her work include cats and sleep.
Amy worked in architecture before pursuing cartooning full-time in 2018, a decision she recounts in her 2019 TEDxYale talk. She first started drawing cartoons in 1997 for The Columbia Daily Spectator as a student at Barnard College.
Born and raised in Texas, Amy currently lives in Scarsdale, NY with her daughter. Contrary to popular belief, she does not have any cats.
Select Client List: The New Yorker, Usual Wines, Recliner, REI, Marian Goodman Gallery
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