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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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.
Graduate work in both scientific illustration and natural history interpretation perfectly suits me to convey challenging scientific concepts to a variety of audiences. I can't wait to hear about your project!
"[I] have been more than pleased with the quality of Kelly’s work, and with her ability to capture the essence of new creatures in a new landscape."
-Dr. Bill McLarney, book illustration client
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.