Create new dimensions
THE visual dimension
What can I do for you?
Do you need a cover, a figure or an animation for your brand new discovery? Do you want to communicate your ideas in a visual and impactful way? Reach a bigger audience with eye-candy images and animations while keeping scientific accuracy.
Being a scientist myself , I’m able to understand complex concepts and extract their essence to create meaningful visual representations. This is the cover I made for my PhD thesis. It shows a self-assembly process, where all main mechanisms of diffusion, adsorption and isomerization are present as well as the main structures the molecules can form on a surface.
Drop me a line and let’s find the best way to tell your story.
I’m David and am an artistically trained scientist. I’m amazed by nature and all it’s beauty. It is easy to enjoy nature just by looking around, but there is also another kind of beauty more difficult to spot. The hidden beauty of nature: atoms and molecules, following simple (or not so simple) rules, creating the entire universe.
I’d like to help uncover this hidden beauty and share it with the world. Using computer graphics, I visualize concepts and ideas that show how nature works.
I got my bachelor in Chemical Science from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Then moved to Oviedo to do my European Master of Science in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling, after which I got my PhD in theoretical and computational chemistry. I’ve been working as a postdoctoral researcher at King’s College London for almost 5 years, finding ways of controlling the movement of atoms and molecules on surfaces.
Currently, I am a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action research fellow working at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
Here are some of my main publications and outreach articles: