Kokab Zohoori-Dossa is an illustrator from Kingston, Jamaica, with a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts, and the cumulation of a subsequent four years in the professional freelance practice. Her style is a unique amalgamation of her favourite influences from novels to animation, film, and even music. She also pulls heavily from her own Jamaican heritage, as well as influences from her Persian and Benin ancestry, all of which are projected in her work through a unique contemporary lens. Her work history extends from commissions for individual clients to large mural projects for businesses such as advertising agencies. Through her work as a young artist, and small business operator, she has achieved a level of independence that affords her the time to pursue the mastery of her craft and techniques. If this unique cocktail of pursuits, interests and achievements spells one thing, that would be competency; a word which she is making synonymous with in her most commonly preferred motif, women of colour.