I am a Ph.D.-level cell biologist by training, now specializing in the creation of eye-catching digital illustrations that portray the complex beauty of life at the cell and molecular level. I enjoy using interesting color palettes and elements of graphic design in all of my work, including simpler pieces such as schematic illustrations and diagrams. I am also fascinated by the use of 3D computer modeling to produce visual environments that can pull the viewer into a microscopic or molecular world.
Kathryn Killackey is freelance science illustrator. She has a B.A. in Anthropology from University of California, Berkeley, a M.A. in Field and Analytical Techniques in Archaeology from University College London, and a Certificate in Science Illustration from the internationally renown program at California State University, Monterey Bay. Her education has given her strong research skills which she is interested in applying to a range of scientific topics. Each illustration completed adds to her knowledge of the natural world and incr... Read More »
Rachel Ivanyi is a freelance illustrator who works on a variety of natural history subjects. Trained as a zoologist and scientific illustrator, she has long been drawn to the minute variations that separate one species from another and much of her work reflects this. Her style ranges from highly detailed scientific renderings to more whimsical illustration, in a variety of traditional and digital media.
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 »