As a scientific illustrator, I am trained to translate complex scientific and medical concepts and procedures into clear visualizations. I have many years of experience in different areas of art and illustration, in both traditional (pencil, charcoal, acrylic and oil paint) and digital (Photoshop, Illustrator, Blender) media, plus a good understanding of anatomy, biology and medicine.
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht and a Master’s degree in Scientific Illustration from Zuyd Hogeschool and Maastricht University.
Scientific illustration helps to visualize, communicate and draw attention to research, education and exhibitions in different fields of science. From illustrations of anatomy and pathology, surgical manuals for either students or specialists, brochures with information for patients, to visuals for publications, books, posters, and exhibitions in museums.
If you are wondering what kind of projects I have worked on so far, you can take a look at my portfolio!
As soon as you get in contact, we can schedule a conversation via video call or phone (or in person, if you live in the Netherlands), to discuss what you need and your ideas. Based on our conversation I will make some sketches and ask for your feedback on them. We can go through a few iterations of the sketches until we agree on the design, at which point I will start working on the final illustrations/graphics.
Feel free to contact me with any questions you might have!