Trained first as a scenic artist Chris uses a nearly 30 year career in the entertainment industry to inform not only scientific illustration pieces but exhibit design as well.
Exhibit designs for the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, online for the Nature Conservancy and for the George B. Dorr Museum have complimented Chris' own works published in the American Orchid Society's international magazine, accessioned into the permanent collection of the New York Botanical Garden and exhibited at the Peabody Museum of Natural History - Yale.
Art specializing in science, geology and geography illustrations for clients such as National Geographic, Scientific American, McGraw-Hill, Wired Magazine, Harcourt Publishing among others. Also work in video game art and animation - 3D modeling, pre-viz imaging and digital Matte Painting.
I run Equinox Graphics, a small technical illustration and animation studio in Cambridge, after completing my PhD in engineering, and we have worked for important clients such as Bloodhound SSC, ESA, NASA, Nature, Design Council, Institute of Physics, Institute of Mechanical Engineers, Windfall Films, etc., and have been published in Nature, Science, BMJ, The Lancet, New Scientist, Chemistry World, The Ecologist as well as BBC news and science publications.
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Freelance Scientific Illustrator
B.S. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Masterís Certificate in Scientific Illustration, California State University, Monterey Bay
Please visit my website, www.stephanierozzo.com, for biographical and client information.
Email me at email@example.com for commissions, prints or originals.
Science based art and visual story telling is at the heart of Griswold Artworks' business. Bringing ideas to life and creating visuals impossible to capture with a camera require attention to detail and the ability to communicate with you and understand your needs. With 30 years of Illustration and Design experience, we are ready for your project.