Lost Worlds

When art and science meet. It’s a story that is very familiar to Julius Csotonyi, having started his academic career in science before paving a successful career as a natural history and palaeo-artist. Julius lives and works in Canada and has had no formal art training. Instead, he followed his academic studies in science, completing... Continue Reading →

Science Writing

The Sydney Writers Festival was a week of literary indulgence. You picked your favourite subjects, authors and journalists to go and see - providing tickets were available. Science storytelling. It’s a unique genre discussed by a panel of science journalists; Alice Klein, Ivy Shih, Joel Werner and Michael Slezk.  Even within science, there are different... Continue Reading →

A Love of Books

As part of another university assignment, I had the challenge of writing and illustrating a children’s book. It took time, and it wasn’t as easy as you may think. But I did have a lot of fun with it. The story was based on climate and habitat changes, told through the characters Kiri the Kiwi... Continue Reading →

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