Henhawk is a freelance artist whose practices include acting, graphic design, writing, painting, and photography. [Read More] has been exploring different artistic venues over the past twenty years. He started acting at the age of 11 in the Six Nations’ play “Chief Deskaheh” in which he played a young boy in awe of the legendary Chief. Following in the steps of his mother and older sister, also artists, Anthony participated in several group art projects and exhibitions at the Woodland Cultural Centre in Brantford, Ontario. After receiving a Graphic Design diploma from Mohawk College, and certification in Technical Communication from George Brown College, Anthony pursued a business career at Rogers Communications. Presently, Anthony is working and attending a program at George Brown College for Video Game Design and Development. He continues to explore his creative side by writing, painting, photography, and graphic design.