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A prehistoric enthusiastic, imaginative illustrator and an alumni of the School of Visual Arts who. Inspired by maybe too many Godzilla movies and Sci-fi cartoons from the 70s and 80s Jaime began drawing creatures of all types at very early age. Jaime's artistic career finally inclined to paleo-art thanks to the works of some former paleo-artists of the week such as Mark Hallett, James Gurney, Gregory S. Paul, and Raul Martin to whom he looks up to and hopes to be like when he grows up.
Jaime’s artworks have been used in various scientific and educational articles all over the world such as Science Illustrated, Scholastic books, the BBC’s website Nature Prehistoric Life and the National Geographic’s series Monster Fish, to name a few. Click on the ‘Publications’ link on the left to preview some of these works.