Through an informal internship with Dr. Matthew Lamanna at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, I was guided in digitally drawing a skeletal reconstruction of a new Titanosaur species. Collaborating scientists provided me with images, measurements and descriptions of the fossils as well as informative lessons on previous Titanosaur publications.
Educational poster on Dinosaurs, drawn in color pencil and Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
An ink drawing of the fossilization process
Death, Decay, Burial/Fossilization, Discovery
A scratchboard drawing of an unidentified enantiornithines fossil.
Recruited to scientifically illustrate an Apatosaurus louisae, a sauropod dinosaur, with an exposed scapula found by the University of Pittsburgh's Honors College’s summer Paleontology class in Wyoming. The illustration hangs above the found bone’s display case in the Honors College Forbes Craig Dorm’s common room.