Kerry Panavas discovered her love for graphic arts while studying English and Fine Art at the University of Guelph, where she served as Production Manager for The Ontarion, the student newspaper. She graduated with a BA and moved to Hamilton where she worked as a pasteup artist, at a design studio and an advertising agency. She continued to freelance her work while raising three children, continually upgrading her graphic design and computer skills through courses at Mohawk College and the Stirling Education Centre, eventually earning a Webmaster's certificate at Mohawk College where she garnered honours specialist distinction in both web design and web scripting.
Kerry wrote theatre criticism and entertainment news for various weekly newspapers until very recently, including Hamilton's VIEW magazine for ten years, under the pen name Kerry Corrigan. She produces tie dye and silkscreened products, and also works as a simulated patient. Her latest venture is as a puppeteer/playwright with Studio Babette Puppet Theatre.
52 Lamoreaux Street,
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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