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PORTFOLIO

This visual science communication portfolio is a collection of biological illustrations, figures and infographics that I have completed for various school and work projects. I primarily create graphics in four programs: Procreate, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop & InDesign. 

SCIENCE COMICS - COMING SOON (2023)

Infographic / Figure - Procreate

In collaboration with the CHANS lab at the University of British Columbia

INTERTIDAL REPORT INFOGRAPHIC (2021)

Infographic / Figure - Procreate

This illustrated figure was designed for 'Options for Surveying Intertidal Ecosystems on Tl'ches', a directed studies report by Rebecca Hansen (Ethnoecology Lab, University of Victoria) developed in collaboration with members of the Songhees Nation.

REFLECTION: BAY DU NORD DEEPWATER PRODUCTION (2022)

Illustration - Illustrator / Procreate

This is a sample editorial illustration inspired by The Narwhal journal article titled: Canada is in deepwater: behind the Bay du Nord approval (https://thenarwhal.ca/bay-du-nord-newfoundland-approved/)

LINOVA: TECH TEASER INFOGRAPHIC (2022)

Infographic - Illustrator 

This outreach infographic was created for Tailwind Associates, an investment company that funds and supports primarily renewable energy and science-based tech start-ups. 

HONOURS PROJECT (2021)

Publication & Figure Design- Illustrator / Procreate / InDesign

Diagram made in Illustrator depicting migration/movement patterns and photic habitat of Anoplopoma fimbria (sablefish) at different life stages (egg, larvae, juvenile, adult). The three major light zones in marine habitats include photic (< 200m), dysphotic (200 - 500m), aphotic (> 500m). 

TELEOST & CHONDRICHTYES ILLUSTRATIONS (2022) 

Scientific Illustrations - Procreate

  

WHOLE GENOME DUPLICATION POSTER GRAPHIC (2022)

Science Poster - Procreate / Photoshop

  

**Photos used in graphic art retrieved from Flickr Commons - Public Domain

In 2020, I presented a guest lecture to a chordate zoology class (BIOL 307) at the University of Victoria on whole genome duplication. Multiple massive duplication events in the common ancestors of 3 vertebrate lineages are partially responsible for the 'Cambrian Explosion' (great diversification of life). I explored these topics and unpacked the genetic processes that drive such impressive evolutionary events. 

LAB LOGO DESIGNS (2022) 

Scientific Illustrations - Procreate, Illustrator

  

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