Cover illustration: The High Frontier: An Easier Way
Insert illustrations for Myth Education: a Guide to Gods, Goddesses and Other Supernatural Beings
Cover feature and insert illustration for National Space Society adAstra, Issue 29, Spring 2017
Cover and insert photography: Finding Hidden Voices of the Chinese Railroad Worker, The Society for Historical Archaeology
Photography: "Remembering Historic Achievements", American Archaeology, Vol. 21
Gallery and Exhibit Experience
Constellation Earthrise Art Show, Kennedy Space Center, 2018, FL
Mars Reception Event: Project Mars, National Geographic HQ, 2018, Washington, D.C.
Creative Quarterly 49-50, The Journal of Art and Design, 2018
Association of Medical Illustrators Salon, 2017, TX
AbSciCon Art Exhibit, 2017, Arizona State University, AZ
Bad Ass Art Gallery, 2016, CA
Art. Downtown., 2016, MI
Grand Rapids Festival of the Arts, 2016, Juried Exhibition, MI
Excellence Award Exhibition, 2016, Kendall College of Art and Design, MI
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
We have worked with Michigan State's medical professors to transform their ideas, words, and outdated imagery into accurate and engaging anatomical illustrations.
Grand Rapids Public Museum
This natural science illustration series was created in collaboration with the Grand Rapids Public Museum. The museum wished to focus on fun, educational images involving invasive and native wildlife inhabiting the Grand River, along which the museum is located. Visitors can discover an intricate and unseen underwater world!
Hurley Medical Center
Photon Illustration collaborated with a pediatric resident physician of Hurley Medical Center to create an illustration about asthma that would appeal to children. It is critical to provide identification of asthma triggers for pediatric patients when they are discharged, so that they understand how to manage their asthma at home.
Vision Source: Premier Network of Independent Optometrists
In this large collaborative project with fellow Medical Illustrator, Caitlin Rausch, a collection of illustrations were created to visualize ophthalmic pathologies for optometrists.