Daisy Chung is an artist and scientific illustrator originally from Taiwan and New Zealand. She currently works at National Geographic in Washington, DC as a Junior Graphics Editor, where she produces graphics, animations, and art for the magazine.

Daisy holds a Graduate Certificate in Science Illustration from California State University, Monterey Bay (2015), and a BA in Biological Sciences and Visual Arts at Rice University, Houston TX. Daisy aims to make science more accessible through creating engaging visuals, and works directly with experts to communicate their research. Her work has appeared in Scientific American, National Geographic,Trend In Immunology, The Journal of Neuroscience, and various science and educational platforms. Her graphics have won awards including the Society for News Design, Malofiej and the Focus on Nature award. When not drawing, you can find Daisy hiking, climbing rocks, and finding different uses for avocados.

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National Geographic

Scientific American
Cell Press
Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital
Trends In Immunology
Scientific American in Taiwan
Cecilia Koo Botanic Conservation Center Press
Department of Biochemistry & Cell Biology at Rice University

Mass Open Online Course Fundamentals of Immunology

Select Awards

Malofiej 25 2017 Printed Graphic

The Society of News Design 38th Edition

Focus On Nature IX Award 2017

British Archaeological Award 2016