I specialize in rendering both attractive and highly-technical information graphics for research journals, college-level textbooks, and other scientific publications. In my free time I enjoy acrylic painting and pen and ink line drawing. Science illustrations inspire, educate, and inform. Information graphics play an important role in today's fast-paced world of technological and environmental change. Illustrations are like a universal language—facilitating communication among scientists, policymakers, students, and the public. Like the old addage "a picture is worth a thousand words," a single diagram has the potential to convey complex topics at a single glance. Illustrations go beyond photography, exploring hidden concepts, taking things apart, and generally satisfying our innate curiosity for the world unseen. Areas of expertise: vector graphics (diagrams/graphs/technical figures); traditional media (acrylic/pen and ink); conceptual art; structuring information hierarchies; combining professional typography with images; copyediting figures and text; working one-on-one with scientists, authors, publishers and art directors; maintaining accuracy and consistency; facilitating understanding of complex concepts "at a glance."
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