Trenton Jung   trenton.jung@gmail.com  909 677 9060

Education

2011 - 2015  B.F.A. in Illustration, Concentration in Sustainability and Social Practice

2019 Science Illustration Distance Program, Ink and Scratchboard

Member of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators (2014 to Present)

2018 - 50th Anniversary Exhibition preparation and installation at the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

  2018 / 2019 - GNSI Online News Coordinating Editor

Publications

Bumble Bee Life Cycle Illustrations. University of California, Riverside - Woodard Lab

Smithsonian Magazine. Calvez, Leigh. “Flight of the Hunter”. October 2018. Pages 40 & 47.

Exhibitions

2019

Solo Exhibition - The Urban Pioneers, Portraits of Urban Ecology, Goodwin House, Alexandria, VA.

Pale Blue Dot, Josephine Joan Gallery, Fullerton, CA

Quietly Powerful, Sense Gallery, Washington D.C.

The Art League - Student and Faculty Show, Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA

Menagerie - Wild and Wonderful, Contemporary Art Exchange, Washington, NC.

2016

SWARM: Invasion of the Insects, Annmarie Sculpture Garden. Dowell, MD.

2015

Senior Commencement Show, Fox 3 Gallery. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD.

Research Remix, Mattin Center, John Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. 

Analog, Julian Allen Gallery. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD.

2014

Brilliant London, SPUR Gallery. Baltimore, MD.

Hink Pink: Sustainability & Social Practice Colloquium Exhibition, Fox 2 Gallery. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD.

Junior Illustration Thesis, Fox 2 Gallery. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD.  

2012

Foundation Student Exhibition, Meyerhoff Gallery. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD.

Honors and Awards

2011 - 2015  Maryland Institute College of Art - Presidential Scholarship

2011 - 2015 Maryland Institute College of Art - Dean's List

2014  Winnie Gordon Scholarship for Summer Travel, MICA Continuing Studies

2013 - 2014 MICA Grant

The Bamboo Shrimp ( Atyopsis moluccensis ) feeds with specialized 'claws' that filter particles from the water column. Spot illustration from a Southeast Asian stream illustration.

The Bamboo Shrimp (Atyopsis moluccensis) feeds with specialized 'claws' that filter particles from the water column. Spot illustration from a Southeast Asian stream illustration.