I am the graphics director for Caltech Letters, an online science communication platform.
FOR THE LOVE OF MICROBES
A collaboration with Ian Etter, Blueshift explored the history of microbiology and search for life in the solar system with both visual (drawings) and performance (storytelling) art. It was exhibited at the PRACTICE Gallery in Philadelphia, and documented as an artists’ book.
For my undergraduate thesis project, I did a science illustration project on the chemical origins of life with original watercolor paintings in the style of a Medieval illuminated manuscript. Selected artwork from Stardust was shown at the Centrum Gallery at Hampshire College and as part of an Art of Science exhibition at the Red Door Café at Caltech and the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena.
ILLUSTRATING QUANTUM INFORMATION
As graphic designer for the Institute for Science and Interdisciplinary Studies, I created a series of illustrations depicting topics from quantum physics to be used in publications, lecture slides, and teaching aides.