Clayton (aka CTON) is an illustrator, fine artist and comic creator whose award-winning, energetic style has given him a surprisingly broad range of clients from The New York Times to National Geographic Kids. He has illustrated several children’s books and often performs comics workshops for young readers. His latest release, Trending: How and Why Stuff Gets Popular by Kira Vermond, is a Junior Library Guild selection and Forest of Reading nominee. Clayton is also a professor in the Illustration department of Seneca College (Toronto) and currently lives in Prince Edward County, Ontario with his super-awesome family and a weird cat named Graphite. You can see more of his work here. Clayton is represented by Fiona Kenshole.