Hi! my name is Vera Williams,
I am a graduate from the Media Technology master program from Leiden University. This program taught me to perform my research creatively and to utilise the media platforms that best fit my research. However, my academic roots are grounded in the field of microbiology. These roots were developed during my years in the Biology bachelor program from Leiden University.
During the third year of my research internship in the Biology program in Leiden, I developed an interest in creating 3D models, animations and installations of microbiological data such as microscopy images, which led me unto the unconventional path of scientific visualisations.
Visualising the invisible world of microbes captivated me, and since that moment I have pursued this idea relentlessly. It is my goal to become a proficient scientific visualiser of microbiological topics, and there is still so much I want to discover in this field.
I would describe myself as a scientific animator and illustrator with a specific interest in modeling and animating microbiological concepts from scientific data. It’s exciting to combine cutting- edge microbiological research with the latest visualization techniques. Through this, I hope to stimulate communication on microbiological topics among researchers and to the general populace.
If you're interested in my work, or have any questions, feel free to contact me through the contact form! I'd love to hear from you.
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