I’m a science illustrator and designer based in Toronto. 🌱
Before embarking in earnest on my journey into illustration and design, I found myself wanting as interdisciplinary a career as possible. I studied at McGill University, completing an honours degree in environmental science and a minor in classical history.
In my time there, I worked as a field assistant in an ecology lab, working on the impacts of invasive species and microplastic pollution across North America. Based in a museum, I became inspired to pursue a career that allows me to use my skills in art to further science communication among disparate communities.
I am an avid hiker, a sci-fi and fantasy enthusiast, and profuse hoarder of graphic novels. I'm currently completing my Master's degree in Biomedical Communications at the University of Toronto.
I have worked with a variety of programs to create my work, including 2D, 3D, videomaking and prototyping software. I also have a fair bit of knowledge in crafting and knitting, although those skills don't come in quite as handy.
In addition to my training as a biomedical communicator, I have a diverse background in science and its practical applications. For a full picture of my working experience, please feel free to take a look at my LinkedIn or my resume.
I'm always excited to chat about new and challenging projects.