Illustrator turned designer turned physics student turned science visualizer. Currently freelance.
From 2014-2022, I led the visuals at Quanta Magazine and defined the publication’s aesthetic. I created and directed illustrations, graphics, photography, video and more to augment some of today’s best writing about basic research.
I work in a variety of styles and mediums, but most enjoy “visualizing invisible things” — abstract and imperceptible subjects in theoretical and experimental science. Some favorite topics include physics (from the particular to universal), science fiction, and fantasy.
My work and art direction have appeared in The Atlantic, The Baffler, Nautilus, Scientific American, Spektrum.de, WIRED, and elsewhere, including various books, lectures, and galleries.
✎ Contact: ForenameSurname @ gmail
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