I am a scientific artist who helps paleontologists, comparative anatomists, biologists, geologists, and other natural history researchers translate complex scientific concepts into visual media such as illustration, animation, and 3D printing.
Whether you need visuals for a research paper, textbook, educational course, or press release, I can help you create visuals that will engage your audience and communicate the science effectively.
I am a scientific illustrator and artist with over a decade of experience in the field, and I am passionate about making science more accessible through visual communication. I love learning new things and am fascinated with the ways in which art, science, and technology intersect.
During my time as an illustrator for the Luo Mammal Paleontology Lab and technician for the PaleoCT Lab at the University of Chicago, I’ve created technical illustrations for journal publications, 2D and 3D animations, and 3D printed teaching models based on CT data. My work has been featured in prestigious publications like Science, Nature, and Scientific American, and in books like Beasts Before Us.
I am committed to using my artistic skills to help people see the world in a new light and to inspire a deeper understanding of science.