Tziporah (pronounced tsee-Por-uh) grew up chasing goats and picking lemons in southern California. Drawn by the mysterious appeal of real seasons, she began attendance at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts. While her scientific curiosity was satiated by a degree in neuroscience, she also explored the world of theater as a lighting designer and director for numerous student productions.
After graduating from University, Tziporah moved to Baltimore, Maryland. For two years, she worked as a research manager at Johns Hopkins by day, and an art student at the Schuler School by night. She is currently a student in the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine Master’s program at Johns Hopkins University, graduating May 2018.
Tziporah seeks to share her enthusiasm for understanding medicine and life sciences by creating engaging animations and visualizations for all levels of education.