Dinosaur Diaries

I’m a science support professional who spends his summers in Southeastern Montana excavating dinosaur bones with the Carthage Institute of Paleontology. Our institution is housed in the Dinosaur Discovery Museum, part of the Kenosha Public Museums.  The cretaceous fossils collected on these trips are held in federal repository for the public trust where they are studied and exhibited to the public. A selection of the drawing, documentation, and writing produced on these trips is displayed here. I utilize the tools of art and design to document, interpret, understand, and contribute to the greater scientific project and further collective human knowledge.