◄ Commissioned cover design (in collaboration with architect and designer Matthew Spremulli) for Development's special issue On Growth and Form–100 Years On.
◄ Commissioned artwork to summarize a research project proposal on how cell competition can be harnessed using genetic engineering. In this watercolour piece, pointillism is used to capture competition between a population of cells. Each cluster of dots of the same tone represents a clone specifically designed to be extra fit–their genetic materials have been manipulated & programmed. These clones are taking over the entire system, as less fit clones (grey) wither away.
◄ This illustration represents how synergistic signalling can trigger cascades of regulatory events and impact cell lineage commitment. It was designed for a study published in Nature Methods and was selected to be the cover of that issue.
◄ A series of sketches that depicts the life of a graduate student. Through sharing vulnerable, authentic thoughts and experiences on social media, this series aims to break down some of the stereotypical assumptions of scientists, and replace them with a more relatable, trustworthy image.
◄ A featured piece created for a popular lettering challenge on Instagram to encourage constant exploration and reevaluation of our beliefs and values.
◄ #tinyscience was a week long Instagram campaign that combines lettering and science to share some of the small but exciting highlights from a stem cell biology lab.
◄ This illustration was designed for StemCellTalks, a national initiative in Canada that engage high school students to discuss stem cell science & practical ethics. It was inspired by the concepts behind Conrad Hal Waddington's epigenetic landscape.
◄ Commissioned piece to depict the complex relationships among plants, fungi, and other organisms in nature.