I am a Canadian medical and biological illustrator and animator, deeply inspired by nature and science. Since childhood I have enjoyed storytelling through art, and I seek to capture biological wonders and accurately communicate complex information in clear, pleasing ways. My preferred media include Photoshop and Cinema 4D, as well as traditional graphite, pen and ink, and watercolour. I am also interested in animation and interactive media, and how they can enhance communication.

After earning my Biology degree at McGill University, I studied Medical and Biological Illustration at the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. I received my Master of Arts degree in May 2019. Since July 2019, I have been working with XVIVO Scientific Animation.

In my spare time, I am usually creating the fantastical, playing video games, reading, observing wildlife in gardens and forests, playing piano, and exploring the BC West Coast with family.


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