A series of figures created for a book chapter entitled ‘Cell-cell interactions driving differentiation of adult pancreatic stem cells’.
A series of accurately-portrayed wildlife drawings, part of my ongoing Natural History collection. For this ongoing personal project, I am experimenting with modern takes on the traditional natural history style illustration: combining my drawings with photographs by Linda Colquhoun.
A series of botanical illustrations, created for Lucky Cloud’s botanical skincare packaging and marketing.
Brief: a pen and ink illustration of a hand dissection.
A selection of traditionally illustrated and vector-illustrated tools for a new jewellery school in the north east of Scotland.
A short animation of what affects the tendons and the cause of headaches in whiplash cases.
A series of illustrations created with Richard L. Gieseck and Nicholas R.F. Hannan for the journal review Disease modeling using human induced pluripotent stem cells: Lessons from the liver, published in BBA Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids in 2014.
A series of illustrations, animated to show the process of lost wax casting for CARVE, Scotland’s original pop-up jewellery workshop.
The brief: a monochrome watercolour illustration of a scapula.
Life-size, painted from a scapula in 2010.
Development images and final renders from a short animation detailing the processes required for inducing human pluripotent stem cells from fibroblasts (skin cells).
A series of illustrations of the Hepatitis virus, including Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis D and Hepatitis E.
Reconstructed landscapes created with Guard Archaeology.
A facial reconstruction with partial ecorche on to the cast of a human male skull. Created with clay, then digitally scanned and cleaned up.
The brief: a pencil drawing of a femur.
Life-size, drawn from an adult femur in 2010 with the use of calipers for accurate sizing.
Wedding invitations, designed with the bride and groom’s favourite animals as a key feature.
Bespoke wedding invitations designed to show the couple’s journey to their wedding day.
A selection of illustrations of botany, produced over 100 days during the 2016 100 Day Project.
A bespoke map and postcard created for Touched by Scotland’s events during North East Open Studios in 2012.