Margaret Hurst creates illustrations and reportage that are intelligent, cultural and uniquely personal. She was born and raised in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Margaret is a professor at Pratt Institute of Art, Parsons School of Design and cofounder/instructor at Dalvero Academy. Margaret works in all areas, with all mediums, and always in good design. She is a member and VP of studio 1482 and cofounder of Live2lime. She s a graduate of Boston University and Parsons School of Design. She is the author/illustrator of “Grannie and the Jumbie,” which won an illustration award at the Society of Illustrators.
Ms. Hurst’s clients include: At&T. Neurex, Anthology/Preface, Roche, DuPont, E&J Gallo, Knorr, DDB Canada, CFNAPA, MasterCard, Harper Collins, St. Martin’s Press, MedicusNY, Thomas Nelson Publishing, Boston Group, Henri’s Reserve, Quarry Books, Pfizer, empirestudies.com and Canson Papers.
Exhibitions: Society of Illustrators, Rx Club, AT&T, Neurex, Messiah College, Montserrat College of Art, Shafler Gallery and Mystic Seaport Museum.
Henri's Reserve, CFNAPA, E&J Gallo, Quarry Publishing, Harper Collins, Empirestudies.com, AT&T, Neurex, Roche, DuPont, Knorr, DDB Canada, MasterCard, Harper Collins, St. Martin's Press, MedicusNY, Thomas Nelson Publishing, Boston Group, Pfizer, and Canson Paper.