Kathryn Killackey is freelance science illustrator. She has a B.A. in Anthropology from University of California, Berkeley, a M.A. in Field and Analytical Techniques in Archaeology from University College London, and a Certificate in Science Illustration from the internationally renown program at California State University, Monterey Bay. Her education has given her strong research skills which she is interested in applying to a range of scientific topics. Each illustration completed adds to her knowledge of the natural world and incr... Read More »
Rebecca illustrates plants for exhibitions in New Zealand and the USA as well as currently illustrating plants for a State Park. She prefers to study her plants in the field. She is also drawing and teaching field sketching techniques in both countries and has added to her education by becoming a Master Naturalist in Oregon.
Gail has been a freelance illustrator and graphic designer since 1976. She has worked on projects of all sizes and types, from business cards to billboards, book illustrations, interpretive graphics and fine art pieces. She prides herself on working well with her clients to create art that is accurate, elegant and functional. Favored media include watercolor, acrylics, colored and graphite pencil, and ink; she works in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
Graduate work in both scientific illustration and natural history interpretation perfectly suits me to convey challenging scientific concepts to a variety of audiences. I can't wait to hear about your project!
"[I] have been more than pleased with the quality of Kelly’s work, and with her ability to capture the essence of new creatures in a new landscape."
-Dr. Bill McLarney, book illustration client