Emily M. Eng is a freelance illustrator specializing in artistic as well as accurate science illustrations. From specimen reconstruction to ecological processes, Emily can create unique and engaging images for all science related fields. She works in both traditional and digital methods for all types of projects, from book diagrams to conceptual illustrations.
Emily produces detailed, accurate and appealing illustrations of animals, plants, artifacts, & fossils, including species illustrations, behavioral and anatomical renderings, habitat scenes and paleoreconstructions. Her experience includes projects as small as one simple illustration to as large as over 500 animal life illustrations. She works with scientists, art directors, editors, educators, graphic designers, government entities, and many other professionals and individuals to deliver high quality custom or stock art for a variety of uses.
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.
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 »