Let your audience’s curiosity thrive through beautiful, didactic imagery. Juliana’s vivid and pleasing graphics bring the anatomy and physiology of species from every corner of the Earth to life. With her background in mammalian skeletal reconstruction and her experience with animal dissection, Juliana appreciates the importance of specificity and accuracy in her illustrations.
Popular Science and Museums:
With her focus on accuracy and her insight into what makes an image captivating, Juliana is able to create engaging illustrations that draw the public's eye and guide them adeptly through the intricacies of a subject.
Juliana has worked with biologists, veterinarians, and doctors to share their work with fellow scientists, medical practitioners, and the general public. Her experience working in multiple fields with a variety of audiences gives her the ability to translate complicated research for a variety of audiences. Juliana can help you to translate complicated anatomy and research using a variety of styles methods.
“Juliana is more thorough in her background research than our typical scientific university students. She picks up things very quickly. ”
—Dr. Jon M. Arnemo, DVM, PhD, Professor at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Collaborated on: Hunting of large game with lead-based ammunition: A case study on how a modern society is deliberately poisoning scavenging wildlife
“Juliana has the skill to merge science with art – her professional work is both scientifically correct and true to animals as species, as well as individuals. Working with her to identify the best possible way to communicate research findings artistically was a great pleasure.”
—Tim Horstkotte, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher at the Swedish University of Applied Sciences
Collaborated on: Challenges and Opportunities with Supplementary Feeding in Reindeer Husbandry
“Juliana has an amazing talent when it comes to transforming what one needs to explain into a very informative, but also beautiful, illustration.”
—Researcher Luc Le Grande, MS, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Collaborated on: The Behavioral and Physiological Response of Scandinavian Brown Bears to Dog Hunts and Human Encounters