Cathleen Abalos is an award-winning illustrator and visual development artist from Los Angeles. Her artwork has been featured in the Literature for Life journals, the Torrance Art Museum, the San Diego Art Institute, the Hive Gallery, PØST Gallery, and numerous galleries in the Southern California region. She has also published the children's book "It's Sandcastle Building Day” and illustrated for clients such as Lethal Chicken Games, Old Town Pasadena, NIKKI+ROSE, and Oh Rio! Productions. In addition to working on projects, Cathleen has also exhibited as an artist at conventions such as San Diego Comic Con, WonderCon, Phoenix Comic Con, Salt Lake City Comic Con, Ontario Comic Con Revolution, and others. She is a member of Women in Animation and is also the Second Vice-President of Programs for the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles. She is currently working on the superhero comic book series “Herowood” and doing visual development work for the animated film “What We’re Meant For”.