Chea P. Ros is a comic artist and writer. Above all, they pride themselves in being a storyteller because they know that good storytelling can change the world.
The child of Khmer immigrants escaping genocide in the 80s, Chea is dedicated to creating stories that showcase people of color, LGBT people, and people with disabilities. They believe that the path to a brighter future is education, but that not all people have equal opportunities. Luckily, many have access to media. With their work, Chea hopes to subversively teach lessons of acceptance, love and culture.
Currently living in Connecticut, Chea graduated with a BFA in Sequential Art from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2017. They have travelled to conventions to sell their art and products all over the US, and had their art displayed at galleries internationally. With a background as a racism and sexism educator, Chea has worked with non-profit organizations such as the NCCJ. When they are not devoted to their projects, they spend their free time playing JRPGs and eating more than you.
Chea is currently available for freelance, publishing opportunities and/or an agent to represent them. Feel free to contact them if you have any inquiries, job opportunities, or just want to get to know them better.
Resume available upon request.