Illustrations created using a variety of medium including: Photoshop, Illustrator, Carbon Dust, and Watercolors.
Illustration labeled by Susan Le
Animations created using MAXON Cinema 4D and Adobe AfterEffects
Focused Ion Beam - Scanning Electron Microscopy Animation. I collaborated with April Brust on this animation for National Library of Medicine/National Institute of Health in collaboration with the National Cancer Institute. This animation to explain how the FIB-SEM technology works. It has been published in Nature Methodsin October 2015.
Narayan, Kedar, and Sriram Subramaniam. "Focused ion beams in biology."Nature methods 12.11 (2015): 1021-1031.APA
Explaining the Pacemaker - This animation was created as a part of the BMC curriculum in the introductory to Maya course. I created this animation to follow the leads of a pacemaker as they makes their way to their insert sites. Animation was created with the intention to be used as a promotional display for the Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex.
Models were created and textured in Autodesk Maya and Mudbox. Final animation was composed and rendered with Adobe Aftereffects
A short animation I created in C4D. I used atom array, a moving noise texture, and heavy depth of field to achieve this effect.
A short animation created in C4D and AfterEffects. The primary purpose of this animation to create a strong contrast using very bright lights.
Various graphic design pieces I've created for coursework and professional work.
Infographic created for the Media Design course at BMC.
Collaterals designed for the annual ArtPower! Spark Party in 2010.
Application UX/UI mock created for the media design course at BMC
One of the Box Office calendars I created for the University Events Office. This one was created for April-May 2010
The event poster for Mae.
The event poster for the annual Loft Off at The Loft
Event poster for Sleep
Event poster for The Terror Pigeons Dance Revolt!
Event poster for DNA Art.