ELIZABETH CASH

BIOLOGY PHD CANDIDATE

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES

MEDIA

As a complement to my research, I also enjoy working on photography, videography, and graphic design projects, which I develop for promotional, educational, and research purposes. Below are selections of some of my work in these formats. Additional examples can be found at my flickr (photography) and vimeo (videography) sites.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Description: Arizona State University is home to one of the largest research groups studying social insects (a.k.a. SIRG & friends). This video offers a brief view into some our labs and study organisms.

GRAPHIC DESIGNS

VIDEOS

Description: As part of my field research I've had opportunities to observe the mating swarms of several ant species. Here's a mini-documentary of a nuptial flight in the red harvester ant, Pogonomyrmex barbatus.

Below are several examples of logos, posters, and graphics I've designed. Click on an image to view larger versions, and learn more about the project.

SIRG & friends

Flight of the Sexuals

Below are several examples of photographs I've produced during my graduate school tenure. Click on an image to view larger versions, and learn more about the organisms.

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