For close to 20 years I've worked with scientists to tell the stories of their work to children and the general public, working through my books, magazine articles, and Humanimal Doodles science comics to convey the adventures we share. This work has taken me to the top of the Earth (the Arctic Ocean) and the bottom of the sea. Here are links where you can find out more about some of my favorite projects.
My portfolio shows some of my graphics work in this area.
There's a video here. ;
And if you're a scientist interested in working with me, please get in touch.
In 2018 I sailed off to Palmer Station, Antarctica, and will return to the icy continent in winter 2019 aboard the JOIDES Resolution in the Amundsen Sea.
For more, visit my Antarctic Log, a weekly science comic.
Aboard E/V Nautilus we bring deep-sea
discovery into classrooms and living rooms worldwide. Click the compass.
For more on being a Nautilus artist-at-sea, click here.
NASA's ICESCAPE mission took scientists -- and me! -- to the Arctic to assess the impacts of climate change on the environment there. Click the polar bear.
I did #AntarcticLog science comics aboard the JOIDES Resolution's Expedition 379 in the Amundsen Sea, Antarctica. Click the JR ship at left.
I took part in the Extreme Project, diving
in DSV Alvin to hydrothermal vents.
Click on Alvin.
My Neutrally Buoyant t-shirts are printed with my illustrations of submersibles Alvin and Hercules.
Click the t-shirt.