My passion is collaborating with working scientists and nonprofits to enhance communication with their peers and the public.
I am driven by how we can blend word craft and images to communicate about important, and not always glamorous, conservation developments and issues. In particular, images are essential for connecting people to science and sustainability issues and solutions.
Ultimately, my motives are to use compelling images to increase collaboration, improve scientific literacy, and encourage positive action among ordinary citizens, policy makers, and scientists.
Humans think in images.
Our brains actually understand images faster, and remember images longer, than words. As a result, your image choices are fundamental to communicating the significance of your work.
I create customized illustrations and photographs that grab people’s attention, and I love and coaching you to develop your capacity to make compelling images.
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