EXHIBITS: In many ways, exhibits are the ultimate fusion of art, science, and human experience, a walk-in canvas for thought and discovery. Whether creating single elements for your larger plan, or providing a plan itself, I can assist with all levels of design, from initial storyboarding and layout, to casework design, to mural graphics, text, and art direction for interactives.
Recent Projects:

PETRIFIED FOREST NATIONAL PARK:  Petrified Forest, AZ

With expert consultation from Park Paleontologist Bill Parker and Triassic expert Dr. Jeffrey Martz, I created new exhibit visuals, including the most up-to-date authoritative view ever made of the late Triassic as a 24-foot wide life-size hand-drawn wall mural of the meandering tropical riverways of Triassic Arizona, 225 Million Years Ago.

NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM OF UTAH:  Salt Lake City, UT

Working with the world's largest exhibit design firm, Ralph Appelbaum Associates, I provided numerous original works to illustrate the Natural History Museum of Utah's new gigantic Rio Tinto Center, a modern interpretive museum for the area's rich cultural, geological, and natural history (more on this coming soon).

MUSEUM OF NORTHERN ARIZONA; Flagstaff, AZ

CRETOXYRHINA

Xiphactinus

Nothronychus

Served as Exhibit Designer, Co-Curator, and Scientific Illustrator for the Museum of Northern Arizona's special exhibit to introduce Dr. David D. Gillette's spectacular discovery of a dinosaur new to science:  Nothronychus graffami, a nearly-complete 1-ton therizinosaur found mysteriously in the floor of a fossil sea (more on this coming soon).