Christiane Beauregard is an artist, illustrator and designer.
Her first fifteen years of work were focused on creating illustrations, props and background sets
for children’s television, animated films and books for children.

In the early nineties Christiane worked on the first visual dictionary completely developed and illustrated
in Adobe Illustrator. From that point forward, this software would be her medium of choice.

Whether for advertising, corporate, editorial or children, Christiane has remained true to her style.
The flat perspective so evident in the composition, the whimsy, the poetry and fine detailing are distinctive
elements of her work.

Beauregard has been commissioned by major North American and European clients such as Abelson Taylor,
APWA, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Canada Post, CNES (French Government Space Agency), Deloitte University Press, Emory University, Evian, Harvard Business Review, Hain Celestial Group, Health Council of Canada, Heifer, Humana, John Hopkins University, Libération, London Times, MacDonald, New York Times, Safeway, Société Générale, South West Airlines, Vanderbilt University, Washington Post, just to name a few.

She has participated in many exhibits as well as dance performances. Her work has been selected in competitions at the Society of Illustrators of New York,
the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles (Gold Award/Institutional and Bronze Award/Institutional),
Communication Arts, Digital Arts California (Gold Stellar Art Award) 3X3 Professionnal Show,
3X3 Children’s Show, Applied Arts and Graphis.