Isabel Stukator is a graduate of Ontario College of Art & Design and started her career as a designer in a wallpaper studio. She freelanced as a surface designer in the home decor industry before moving into apparel textiles. Her work was included in collections for Ambiance Designs, Imperial Wallcoverings and Take Two Textiles.
She made the transition to digital technologies by becoming a graphic designer, learning software skills that could be applied to a wide range of design applications. She worked at Big Sky Design in Peterborough, a design studio that serves the arts community, local small businesses and social services.
Currently she teaches part-time at Sheridan College in the Craft & Design and Visual & Creative Arts programs, and is the former head of the Textile Studio in the Craft & Design program.
She continues to freelance as a graphic and website designer, as well as creating surface designs for digitally printed textiles and lasercut designs. Isabel lives and works in Peterborough Ontario.