Research Animations If you want to share your scientific work with a broader audience, a short animation can highlight the key questions, findings, methods and story of your research. Have a look at some of these animations here.
Text Visualisation If you have information that needs to be understood by illiterate people, either children or adults, an image can explain the key concepts in one or more scenes. An example of this type of work are my illustrations for a questionnaire in rural Vanuatu for Griffith University. Have a look at some of these illustrations here.
Illustration and Photography If you like people to better understand the idea behind your work, images that illustrate your words can help. These images can be illustrations or photographs of objects or scenes that are associated with your work and will attract attention and support for your message. Have a look at illustrations that I made for a novel and a computer game here.
Documentation of Work If you need to explain the process or a particular aspect of your work, your work can be documented using photography and video or accurate drawings. These images can enhance the public understanding of your work. Have a look at a photo series about research on stranded harbor porpoises here.
Promotion If you wish to quickly send a message, a short animation can attract attention, and spark curiosity and promote your work. Have a look at a couple of short clips here.