Walrus (Odobenus rosmarus) skin changes color due to blood flow response to temperature. This illustration was done with color pencil on duralene then completed in Photoshop and InDesign.

This series of African animals is drawn using the same nine colors of color pencil for each drawing, varying the amount used and application of the colors to create nine individual portraits. The portraits are combined in poster with each animal's name in English, Swahili and the scientific nomenclature.

I was asked to reconstruct the facial structures of five hominoid skulls on display in the Discovery Room at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, Pa. I then used the drawings to design an interpretive panel with a map of archaeological dig sites and a time period key.

Educational poster on Dinosaurs, drawn in color pencil and Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.

Illustration for Sidebar about the history of migraine treatments in a Science article published by University California, Santa Cruz Science Writing Program.

Digitally rendered bike in Adobe Illustrator.

Layout of a medical poster for laser eye surgery

Coloring page design of common hitchhiker seeds on a sock that are to be colored and matched to it's parent plant along the trail.

Concept idea for a park display panel, showing different invasive plants that are found along trailsides today. These plants were usually used to making living fences on farms.

Illustrations of common garden flowers in 5 states (happy, needs some water, needs significant water, wilted, frost) for an App on plant care.

Simple infographic showing the predicted and observed sediment type at different depths in Marine Protected Areas off the Coast of California.

Layout illustrating the location of brood within a mound of the Allegheny Mound Ants.

Article layout and illustrations about an ancestral mammal

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