School of Communication
MA Visual Communication, 2019
My work examines museums, which are primarily tasked with ordering the world, and the chaotic wilderness of distorted time, weird rituals, and unique ecology that exists within them. I hope that by finding points of connection between museums and the cultures of other times and places that they display, we can be absorbed into a larger story while testing the foundations of institutional authority.
- BA Fine Art, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 2008
- Medical illustrator, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, American College of Surgeons, University of Southern California, McGraw Hill, Springer Publishing, and others, 2008–Present; Illustrator, Smithsonian Institution Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C., USA, 2011–2014
- Table Manners, Chalton Gallery, London, 2018; ( ) Scapes, Putney Bridge, London, 2018; Apologies in Advance, Iklektic, London, 2018; London Design Week, V&A, London, 2016; Illustrating Nature, Pacific Grove Natural History Museum, Pacific Grove, USA, 2012; Migration Study, Phantom Galleries, Los Angeles, 2011; The Known World, Helen Lindhurst Gallery, Los Angeles, 2010
- First prize in surgery category, British Medical Association Book Awards, 2016