About Us

Zoie Haider (she/her)


Zoie Haider (she/her) is a freelance digital illustrator and graphic design student. Much of Zoie’s work is inspired by her experience navigating life as a queer Pakistani and what it means to create space and advocate for oneself amid heteronormative systems and social norms. She is passionate about creating representational art that aims to center marginalized folk paired with themes of queer joy, empowerment, positivity, dismantling the gender binary, and (self) compassion. Some of her past work include resources for queer Muslim youth such as “I am Muslim and I Might Not Be Straight” by Advocates for Youth, as well as illustrations for French feminist magazine, Deuxième Page.