Alongside conducting research, I aspire to be a scientific illustrator. I prefer to draw from life and my goals are to accurately capture nature in its true form. I truly believe Illustration is one of the best methods to communicate scientific ideas to a broader audience because of its visual impact.
- Integrative and Comparative Biology. 55, Cover image
- Higham, T.E., W.J. Stewart, and P.C. Wainwright. 2015. Turbulence, temperature, and turbidity: The ecomechanics of predator-prey interactions in fishes. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 55, 6-20
- Higham, T.E., A. Birn-Jeffery, C.E. Collins, C.D. Hulsey, and A.P. Russell. 2015. Adaptive simplification and the evolution of gecko locomotion: Morphological and biomechanical consequences of losing adhesion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112
- Higham, T.E., R.W. Clark, C.E. Collins, M.D. Whitford, and G.A. Freymiller. 2017. Rattlesnakes are extremely fast and variable when striking at kangaroo rats in nature: Three-dimensional high-speed kinematics at night. Scientific Reports. 7, 40412.
- McGowan C.P. and Collins C.E. 2018. Why do mammals hop? Understanding the ecology, biomechanics and evolution of bipedal hopping. Journal of Experimental Biology 211.