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About

Enoki is an illustrator and comic artist who grew up in London and currently lives in Bristol, UK. Alongside her core practice of drawing and painting, she storyboards, animates, and live scribes for corporations around the globe.

Guided by intuition and curiosity, Enoki creates with empathy, love, and courage with the hope to reach out and connect with others through her narratives and visuals. Philosophy and loneliness, 1910s theatre, and sci-fi, are often themes inspired within her more intimate works which have been described as elegant, mysterious, and otherworldly.

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Enoki’s fully illustrated book Mini Meditations on Friendship, published by Liminal 11 was released 1st May 2019, marking her first foray into the world of traditional publishing. She has released six self-published titles to date which include the comics The Cauliflower Fields and the four-volume Bijoux Skeletons. Enoki’s comics have appeared in several collections which include the award-nominated anthologies Bimba and Comic Book Slumber Party’s Fairy Tales for Bad Bitches. In 2007, she was awarded Grand Prize for her debut comic, Darumafish by the Japanese Embassy.

Academically curious, Enoki graduated with a BA (Hons) in Illustration: Sequential & Narrative, and a BA (Hons) in Illustration & Animation. To continue her growth, she reads a book a week.

Enoki currently lives with her favourite human, two dogs, and many plants. She enjoys long walks and practices Historical Fencing. Her favourite flower is the Peace Lily.

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Photography courtesy of  Mitchell Hodge .

Photography courtesy of Mitchell Hodge.

Partial Client List
Liminal 11 / Universal Music Group / CBBC / Genomics England / Cisco Systems / CBRE / Decca Records / Diabetologia Journal / Thompson Reuters / Kings College London / Spark the Difference / AstraZeneca / Nestlé / The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons / The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow / University of Bristol / Bath Spa University / Creative Connection / Otis / Oxford Academic Health Science Network / Mind / Pfizer

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