Science Hooker is
I've been addicted to the
beautiful world of meteorites in thin section ever since I saw my first one fifteen years ago.
This passion turned me into a meteorite collector and photographer. I try to capture beauty without sacrificing science.
I have also been experimenting with different crystalized substances.
This has produced amazing images and shows great potential. Now I would like to share some of these wonderful images with the world.
I like to experiment with the emotive vibrancy and diverse richness of colour possibilities in deep space.
Stars, planets, black holes and supernovas all inspire my art.
Upon the event of her birth, Susan's wave function collapsed to reveal she was thoroughly immersed in geek, and went on to be raised by a band of wandering physicists. Her favorite claims to fame are being on the internet before email existed, and finding a way to truly love all things science while equally maintaining a meaningful disdain for all things mathematics.
My interest in science fiction, coupled with a passion for real-world science, have fostered a broad artistic remit.
Much of my work explores extraordinary creatures and machines,
both real and imagined.
I enjoy Asian art. I particularly love minimalist scroll and screen painting from the Edo period in Japan. I am also a fan of neuroscience. Therefore, it was a fine day when two of my passions came together upon the realization that the elegant forms of neurons (the cells that comprise your brain) can be painted expressively in the Asian sumi-e style.