Gill Brown is a graphic design researcher and freelance graphic illustrator, specialising in scientific visual communication.
The Graphical Science website documents Gill’s ongoing investigation into scientific conceptual figures, including her writing, teaching and graphic works in progress. It also showcases her use of graphic design practice as a research method. Gill posts to Instagram and Twitter as graphicalsci.
A former geophysicist, Gill is currently completing her PhD in graphic design at London College of Communication (University of the Arts London). A summary of her PhD research can be found in this blog post.
As part of her on-going research, Gill is collaborating with the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences at King’s College London, working on the production of conceptual figures. That collaboration is documented on a dedicated website, Neuroscience & Graphic Design, and has associated Instagram and Twitter feeds as neurographical.
If you are interested in Gill’s research work, or have questions or comments, then please do get in touch via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gill is available for freelance work as a graphic illustrator and graphic designer, and she specialises in working with scientists. Examples of her work can be seen on the Graphic Work page of this website. Please contact her via email@example.com for more details.