Karl Gaff is a passionate scientific photographer from Dublin (Ireland) who specialises in the fusion of art and science through microscopy.
Ted Kinsman is one of a few high-speed photographers able to photograph at times less than 1/1,000,000 of a second. An Associate Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Kinsman has formerly worked as an optical engineer, a physicist, and a physics instructor.
Christopher Marley is an artist, naturalist, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium.
Oakland painter Kate Nichols synthesizes nanoparticles to mimic iridescent animals, grows artificial skin from microorganisms, and makes her own paints following fifteenth-century recipes.
Artist Jennifer Robison responds to an internal dialogue questioning everyday experiences through natural environments and implied narratives. Her work started as a way to process thyroid cancer, which a butterfly symbolizes.
Located at the interface of art and science, Franziska Schenk’s artwork, and supporting research, draws on latest findings from material science, optical physics and evolutionary biology.