Mike Sudal is an award-winning artist with over 16 years of experience specializing in illustration, information graphics and data visualization. He has extensive expertise in diagramming various subjects - from a baseball player's swing to architectural renderings of the Vatican to how to catch a trophy bass from the shore.
Mike is currently a Visual Editor at The Wall Street Journal, where he manages the art and visuals for Features and Sports across print, web and mobile platforms. Prior to, Mike was an infographics artist at The Associated Press where he covered various top breaking news stories, including the wars in Afghanistan & Iraq, Hurricane Katrina and multiple Olympic Games.
Mike has been a contributing illustrator for Field & Stream magazine for the past 10 years. He has a strong love for the outdoors and enjoys merging his talents and passions in his work.
He is based in the New York City area and currently resides on City Island.
Resume available upon request.
Previous work: Associated Press; Asbury Park Press; St. Petersburg Times
Freelance (partial client list): Field & Stream; Men's Health; Scientific American; Car & Driver; Popular Mechanics; Popular Science; Outdoor Life; Tag Heuer; Red Lobster; Cabelas; Temple University; Giant Screen Films; AAA; Pfizer; Syngenta; Orvis; Duck's Unlimited; Weldon Owen Publishing; Nature Conservancy
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