Heather Doram is one of the leading designers in Antigua, having designed the national dress of Antigua and Barbuda. Known for her collages and textiles, the artist taught art for over twenty-five years in Antigua, is currently the Director of Culture in the country, and is heavily involved in Antigua Carnival.
Doram received a BFA in Textiles from the Edna Manley School of Visual Arts in Jamaica, and an MFA in Fibres from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia, USA. She was awarded the Grand Cross of the Most Illustrious Order of Merit (Antigua) for her contribution to art in the country. She lives and works in St. John’s, the capital.