Something that has always captured my imagination is nature and wildlife. Due to this I'm studying a course on Mammal Ecology and Conservation by the University of Exeter, which combined with my BA (Hons) in Graphic Design and Illustration, have led me to work in this specific area. In my spare time, I collaborate with the Oxon and Berkshire Mammal Groups creating educative infographics about British mammals. Working as a volunteer, I’ve been out in the field learning first-hand about the animals that we’re sharing knowledge about. Luckily I’ve had the pleasure of working on projects for organisations such as The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, The World Economic Forum and The Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts.
My proudest moments and achievements include various Malofiej and ÑH awards which are given by the Society News for Design (SNDE), and the Grand Laus. My illustration on how harvest mice build their nests was one of the 40 works selected by Il·lustraciència 2015 jury. Il·lustraciència, International Award on Scientific Illustration, sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness and the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT).
Always willing to work with new people and learn new things. I’m a versatile perfectionist who will put my heart and soul into any project I work on.