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Like medical illustration for the field of medicine, archaeological illustration is for the academic publication of
found artifacts and sites.
I studied the production of artifact illustration, site plan mapping, and alteration of site photos for publication during my time at University College London under Fiona Griffin and Nadia Knudsen.

Stone Lythic Arch Illustration.jpg
Inked Brooch Arch Illustration.jpg
Inked Painted Pot Sherd Arch Illustration.jpg
UCL 754 pottery.jpg

Graphic made in Photoshop utilizing images of Lekane sherds, from the British Museum and University College London's collections. Alterations made to put images in same color tone and to emphasize detail on discoloured outside of sherd (bottom left).


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The above map was created altering a map from Weaver, Scribes, and Kings: A New History of the Ancient Near East (2022). Alterations included expanding the map westward to include Greece and Lybia as well as a considerable amount south to include Nubia. Map alterations done using Photoshop. 

Evanston Map Present with Scene Shop.png
Evanston Map Sanborn 1920.png

The above map of Northwestern Campus made with google maps data and 1920 Sandborn maps. Created using Photoshop and Illustrator


This publication example piece was made in InDesign utilizing a paper I wrote for a course in Greek Art and Architecture at University College London.

Images were altered utilizing Photoshop and bottom trim detail created in Illustrator.

Original Loom Weight images from British Museum that were manipulated into transparencies  in Photoshop

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Page Border made in Illustrator

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