my life I’ve been drawing dinosaurs. I took my BSc. in Environmental Science at
Carleton University where I focused primarily on biology and palaeontology
courses. When it came time to choose a thesis topic, I wanted to do something
that included both art and science. Rob Holmes, my advisor, suggested that I
investigate ceratopsian forelimb stance using scaled-down models. I finished my
thesis in the spring of 2005. This publication is a re-test of those findings.
Since then I have been self employed as a visual artist, doing graphic design,
scale modeling, traditional drawing and painting. I am currently experimenting
with new artistic materials that are environmentally friendly. It is important
to be aware and be respectful of the earth in all that we do.
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