I am a PhD student in the Molecules, Cells, and Organisms (MCO) graduate program at Harvard University, where I'm studying vertebrate gut development in Cliff Tabin's lab. I've wanted to be a scientist for most of my life, but I also grew up making visual art in its various forms, like painting, sculpture, printmaking, and claymation. In recent years, I fell in love with improv comedy and performed weekly on Saturday nights at the Philly Improv Theater. My broad goal is to blend art/comedy with science through outreach to kids and adults, because I think learning about science should be as fun as science itself!
Besides all of the above, I love watching Bollywood movies, mainly for the songs, playing board games and video games with friends, drinking coffee, listening to '80s New Wave, and meeting dogs.
Please refer to the following the general pricing guide for all commissioned paintings:
- Small (11" X 14") - $150 (acrylic) / $250 (oil)
- Medium (16" X 20") - $250 (acrylic) / $350 (oil)
Feel free to contact me using the form below to arrange a commissioned piece, or for more information about commissions.
After initial communication, I will need 3-4 photos that will inspire the final piece. I don't typically recreate a single photo, but can if requested. Please allow 4-6 weeks for the piece to be completed.
Graphic design pieces, such as logos and promotional graphics for events, can range in price from $50 - $150 depending on the request.
Please contact me using the form below with a description of the desired graphic, and I will provide a quote and a time estimate, which will likely fall within 1-3 weeks.