Ryan Zuber is an artist and animator who works with NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center to illustrate key areas of research and exploration in contemporary earth and space science; and the systems, technologies, and tools developed at NASA to answer some of today’s most significant science questions. The NASA missions that his illustrations have supported include the Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA Search and Rescue, GLORY, VESPER, and MAVEN. Additionally, Ryan has worked as an animator and post-production artist on a variety of other research driven projects including the creation of an animated sequence for the feature film Euphoria, and a visualization of Henri Matisse’s bronze casting process for the Baltimore Museum of Art.
He holds a B.A. in Imaging and Digital Arts from the University of Maryland Baltimore County where he received a Regents Scholar award and an Imaging Research Center Post Graduate Fellowship. Ryan enjoys coffee with sugar and cream. His films haven’t won anything.