Hello from Siteations

(aka meg studer)

Trained as a ‘researcher’ and ‘maker,’ I aspire to craft illustrations and infographics that invite engagement with the world around us, finding the fantastic in mundane systems and overlooked environments.

As an illustrator, my passion is integrating big(ish)-data with narrative and geographic expression. As a designer, I move fluidly between print, exhibits, merchandise, and data-viz development. Ultimately, I love drawing out cultural connections and environmental processes for viewers of all ages. While I enjoy juggling ranging project scales and mediums as a freelancer, I also thrive amidst the deadlines and feedback cycles of a studio environment. I’m looking to collaborate with teams in need of eye-catching illustrations, playful maps, and illuminating infographics, picture books, and manuals.

Recent clients and collaborators include: Neighborhood Housing Services, Regrid, BitSpace, the Newberry Library, 826Chi, South Side Weekly, GardenWorks Project, Connecticut Landmarks, Rivers and Lands Conservancy, Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, and many more…

I am Actively Seeking an Agent

For Product, Editorial, and Picture Book illustration!

If you know the ‘lay of the land’ around kidlit, pictorial maps, or ste(a)m k-12 curriculum books, products, and platforms, I’d love to hear from you!

phone:

(1) 412 . 298 . 5332

twitter:

@siteations

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