Seeta Roy is an Australian illustrator and designer based in Sydney's Inner West.
Perfecting her portraits of the famed Mickey Mouse from a very young age, Seeta is a self taught illustrator who has been drawing for most her life. After swapping her colouring pencils for the Apple Pencil, Seeta predominately works as a digital illustrator.
When she's not digitally colouring away (whilst completely engrossed in a podcast) she works as a Studio Manager for a boutique design agency based in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney.
Seeta’s work is grounded in her passion for nature and its wildlife, which is then built upon with her love of mid-century design and illustration. She also draws inspiration from her life-long obsession with the 1960s, as evident in her bold colour palette and the subtle ‘pop art’ feel to her work.
Her clients include Breathe Magazine and Journey of Something, along with charitable organisations such as Sydney Fox Rescue.