Making Science Beautiful: Technical Illustration
I worked with principal investigators at Missouri University of Science & Technology on multi-million dollar grant proposals, creating infographics and technical illustrations that clarified new ideas. From aerospace engineering, to materials chemistry, to the ethics of new technologies—I visualized complex faculty research.
🏅 SILVER AWARD WINNER
Selected as a Silver Medalist in Graphis' international, juried design competition; the below poster will be published in their 2019 Design Annual alongside the best in the world: Pentagram, PepsiCo, Condé Nast, IF Studios, Stranger & Stranger, ARSONAL, Pivot Design, Elephant in the Room, and Faceout Studios, and the American Museum of Natural History.
These illustrations were created for NASA instrumentation proposals: enhancing lunar mission sensors for both astronaut suits and lunar colonies.
Illustrations for a biomedical and chemical process of magnetic yeast separation.
National Science Foundation
The following design and illustration work was created for faculty submitting to the US government's NSF Research Traineeship Program. I worked to visually clarify data, summarize broad themes, and increase the proposal's persuasive value with clean, beautiful, and informative graphic design.
Royal Society of Chemistry
An illustration I created for the cover of the Royal Society of Chemistry's journal. Working closely with research faculty at Missouri S&T, I created this digital illustration from scratch, abstracting complex research on cancer-destroying origami DNA structures.
Research & Development Annual Report
Layout, infographic design, and illustration for Missouri University of Science & Technology's annual report.