A simple watercolor illustration tells the story of the beginning of the end of the Cretaceous period when the Chicxulub asteroid hit the Yucatan Peninsula about 65 million years ago.

A simple watercolor illustration tells the story of the beginning of the end of the Cretaceous period when the Chicxulub asteroid hit the Yucatan Peninsula about 65 million years ago.

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Animedia Science helps scientists, engineers, and teachers explain science using engaging and accurate visuals. By nature, humans are visual creatures, understanding our world through the things that we see. We can absorb and understand vast amounts of information with our eyes alone.

How often has a picture helped you understand or explain a scientific concept? We’re betting pretty often. We can help your audience understand the science you’re communicating more effectively with scientific illustrations, animations, infographics, and interactives.

 Colorado native plants are one of Cheryl's great loves. She spends altogether too much time photographing and chatting with wildflowers once spring arrives to the Rocky Mountains.

Colorado native plants are one of Cheryl's great loves. She spends altogether too much time photographing and chatting with wildflowers once spring arrives to the Rocky Mountains.

Dr. Cheryl McCutchan,      

Owner, Science Communicator, Illustrator, and Animator

Cheryl's passion and joy is communicating the beauty and complexity of science through clear, accurate illustrations and animations. Her primary goal is to use illustrations, animations, video tutorials, and interactives for scientific education, whether that be in college classrooms, scientific symposiums, textbooks, museums, or publications for non-scientists. Cheryl's work has been used in college courses, on-line and traditional textbooks, popular field guides, and scientific papers and proposals.