Rebecca illustrates plants for exhibitions in New Zealand and the USA as well as currently illustrating plants for a State Park. She prefers to study her plants in the field. She is also drawing and teaching field sketching techniques in both countries and has added to her education by becoming a Master Naturalist in Oregon.
Medical and biological illustrator specializing in translating complex scientific information through illustration, animation, web and interactive design.
Christopher's scientific areas of expertise are human and comparative anatomy, pathology, embryology and cell biology. In addition, he has extensive knowledge of surgical procedures and treatments ranging from orthopedics to neurosurgery.
In 2011, Liz founded OXHIP studio to combine her passions for art and the physical sciences, and to provide her clients with a wide range of professional scientific illustration and graphic design with the highest level of responsiveness and quality client service.
Mieke Roth has worked for more 10 years as a science illustrator/3d modeller.
She studied Animal Science at the Wageningen University, the Netherlands, where she majored in Animal Nutrition and Information models with minors in Environmental Studies and Design of Business Systems. With her company, Mieke specializes in the high end of the market: visualizations of complex problems or processes. She has worked for clients like Science Magazine, TNO, Het Financieele Dagblad, De Ingenieur, Hoogheemraadschap Rijnland, Natural History M... Read More »
Emily M. Eng is a freelance illustrator specializing in artistic as well as accurate science illustrations. From specimen reconstruction to ecological processes, Emily can create unique and engaging images for all science related fields. She works in both traditional and digital methods for all types of projects, from book diagrams to conceptual illustrations.