Members are listed alphabetically by the first letter of their professional designation.
Ann Sanderson has a degree in Zoology from the University of Toronto and she attended the University of California Santa Cruz Science Illustration Program. Her lifelong fascination with nature and science includes a particular interest in bees and pollinators.
Ashley Habernal is a freelance artist living in Woodstock, Ontario. She has a special interest in painting and drawing wildlife, especially marine vertebrates. She uses a wide variety of tools to complete her illustrations, including ink, paint, and digital painting
Barry Kent MacKay
Dino Pulerà specializes in comparative vertebrate anatomy, vertebrate paleontology, and general zoology. He illustrates with both traditional and digital media.
Elizabeth Gatt is an author, illustrator and model-maker. She creates highly detailed illustrations for children’s books and museum exhibits.
Emily S. Damstra
Emily S. Damstra is a natural science illustrator who draws and paints subjects as small as tiny beetles and microscopic jellyfish to subjects as large as bears and trees and giant squid. Her illustrations can be seen in museums, zoos, and many different publications.
Jessica Hsiung is a scientific and medical illustrator who draws and paints a variety of anatomical and natural history subjects. She works in both traditional and digital media.
Kaleigh Bulford is an illustrator and graphic designer with a particular passion for drawing and painting animals. She often works in both digital and traditional mediums.
Karen Logan has a background in mechanical drafting and technical illustration that influences her fine detail paintings and drawings. Over the years she has experimented with various media including charcoal, graphite, chalk pastels, watercolour, Chinese Brush Painting, acrylic and coloured pencil.
Kathryn Chorney, MScBMC
Kathryn Chorney is a scientific and medical illustrator who is currently a faculty member of the Illustration program at Sheridan. She is also a consulting associate at Hall Train Studios Ltd.
Kathryn Killackey is a science and archaeological illustrator with a Graduate Certificate in Science Illustration from California State University, Monterey Bay. She is the site illustrator for the Çatalhöyük Archaeological Project in Turkey and the Stelida Naxos Archaeological Project in Greece.
Kirk Zimmerman is a technical and scientific illustrator with a degree in illustration from Sheridan. He likes to work in both traditional and digital media, is detail oriented and enjoys combining learning with illustration.
Lesia Szyca graduated from the Faculty of Science and Faculty of Education, at York University with a minor in art. Currently, she is in her second year at the Biomedical Communications program at the University of Toronto. She has a special interest in 3D modelling and the emerging technologies in this space.
After spending almost a decade working as an assistant art director in the film and TV industry in Toronto, Meaghan is now working as a freelance artist while raising two little girls. She has experience in technical drawing, botanical illustration, portraiture, graphic and fabric design, and creative (messy) pursuits with children.
Nellie Sue Potter
Shelly has a diverse background including degrees in Biochemistry and Herbalism. Her art reflects her love of the natural world and her attention to details, whether working in scratchboard, watercolour or digital media.
Tarja Barton is a technical illustrator who illustrates traditionally and digitally. She specializes in nature illustration with a focus on birds and botanical subjects. Tarja studied Technical Illustration at Sheridan College and Botanical Illustration at Cornell University.