Fox Fisher is an award-winning graphic designer, illustrator and gif creator with an LGBTQIA+ focus, who has designed for many LGBTQIA+ organisations. Their work has included logos, promotional material, or creative content for brands, organisations, and companies.
As a queer, pansexual, non-binary trans person, Fox educates on LGBTQIA+ issues through art, books, films and conversations. Fox and their partner Owl have appeared on TV, and notably explained non-binary issues to Piers Morgan LIVE on Good Morning Britain for 15 minutes, as documented in their feature film I Am They.
Fox founded My Genderation, a film project that celebrates intersectional trans lives and experiences, creating over 100 short films. Their films have won awards at various film festivals, including Outfest, BFI Flare, Toronto International, New York International, and San Francisco Frameline. In addition to their own projects, they have created LGBTQIA+ films for businesses and organisations, such as ILGA World, IGLYO, TGEU & Stonewall. In 2019 they created an illustration for Skittles’ Pride Collection, and were also invited to design the branding for Brighton Pride in 2020. Fox has recently created gifs for Plume, LNER Railway, HONDA, T-Pain and Giphy with over 1.5 billion views.
Fox is a proud patron for LGBT Switchboard, and is a co-founder and trustee of Trans Pride Brighton. Fox is an Advisor to All About Trans, and consults on LGBTQIA+ storylines and scripts for television, film, theatre and books. They received an honorary doctorate from the University of Brighton for their contribution to arts for LGBTQIA+ advocacy.
Fox has MA in Sequential Design & Illustration and are Artist in Residence and Mentor for Homotopia Festival. They’ve screen printed LIVE at Tate Modern and V&A and also created art for Tate Modern’s Queer & Now. They sell art work at Saatchi and Art Republic, as well as here through their own personal website. They also regularly contribute illustration and content for the Metro, DIVA, Gay Times and various organisations and businesses.
As a writer, they are the co-creator of the children’s book Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl, the Trans Teen Survival Guide, and Trans Survival Workbook. They are also the sole creator of the Trans Pride Colouring Book. They’ve contributed written chapters for Trans Britain, This Is How We Come Back Stronger, and We Can Do Better Than This. They’ve also written articles for Independent, The Guardian, iPaper, Metro, Gay Times, and more.