B.A. Studio Art, B.S. Marine Biology, University of North Carolina Wilmington
M.S. Marine Biology, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Graduate Certificate in Science Illustration, California State University Monterey Bay
As a science illustrator, I strive to communicate science topics (particularly in marine biology) in a clear and engaging manner in order to make science more accessible to the public. Most of my freelance work is created for researchers, marine laboratories, engineering companies, parks, and local environmental organizations that fight to protect the ecosystems I know and love (see list of clients and publications). In addition to working as a freelance artist, I am an instructor for the Science Illustration Program at CSUMB. I teach field sketching and support digital illustration classes.
If you are interested in hiring me for an illustration project, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Selected Client List
California State Parks (Black Oystercatcher Monitoring Program Logos)
Friday Harbor Laboratories, University of Washington (Scientific publications, interpretive ID panels at Fernald Hall)
North Carolina SeaGrant (Book illustrations for Seacoast Plants of the Carolinas, UNC Press)
Dr. Mark Carr, UC-Santa Cruz (Animation of rockfish larval transport between kelp forests)
Dr. Jonathan Zehr, UC-Santa Cruz (Illustration for Science Magazine article)
Polar-ICE Project, NSF (Website graphics)
Alvarado Street Brewery: Yeast of Eden (Label for Saison Recolte)
Ventana Surfboard and Supply (T-shirt design)
Worldwide Diving Adventures (T-shirt design, logo design)
Conti-Jerpe IE, Freshwater DW. 2017. Hedera caerulescens (Alcyonacea: Alcyoniidae), a new genus and species of soft coral from the temperate North Atlantic: invasive in its known range? Invertebrate Systematics 31: 723-733.