See below for cartoons or other science-related artwork that I've made for talks or other outreach projects. Note that the thumbnails are distorted or don't all show the full image.

You're welcome to use any of these images, but please credit me if you do. I can provide higher resolution versions of several of the images and individual frames of gifs upon request. For many of the digital illustrations, I'm also happy to provide versions with the image text in other languages, if given a translation and enough notice.

BAO animation

I made this cartoon to help explain the source of CMB anisotropies. The colorful dots represent charged particles which are coupled to photons, represented by the squiggly yellow lines. The gray cloud is meant to represent dark matter. In the cartoon, the dark matter is clumping in an overdensity. The... [Read More]

Buttons for CUWIP 2015

As part of the local organizing committee for the 2015 APS Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) at the University of Michigan, Veronica Policht and I designed buttons featuring pioneering women in physics. These buttons were handed out to conference participants and used to split the participants into groups... [Read More]

Basketball Darkbite

I’ve drawn a couple of cartoons for Darkbites, a social media based outreach effort through the Dark Energy Survey. They appeared on DES social media accounts accompanied by text describing a fun science fact. Darkbites website [Read More]

Hydrogen ionization

This cartoons shows how high energy photons can prevent protons and electrons from sticking together to form neutral Hydrogen. [Read More]