Jeanah Bauer has 20 plus years of visualization design, technical illustration, and graphic design experience in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. In corporate/consulting roles, she's worked on architectural and landscape development projects for public and private companies—from software and engineering startups to government agencies to nonprofits. Her specialty: creatively bringing her clients' vision to life through clear and compelling story visuals.
She is the 3D visualization specialist for Moffatt & Nichol Engineers, a global infrastructure advisory firm, and oversees the visualization usage covering the entire project life cycle. With expertise in 2D/3D modeling and animation, she collaborates with planners, engineers, and landscape architects to prepare 3D visual media for project visualization and builds information modeling and virtual reality environments using real-world data and scale. On multidisciplinary design teams, she creates animations, renderings, photosimulations, and 360 virtual reality (VR) renderings and conducts line-of-sight and light and shadow analyses and construction sequencing. She also has expertise in 2D animation, branding, digital/print collateral, and web design.
A career highlight was working with the visualization team that was instrumental in the Oakland Bay Bridge becoming a suspension bridge. Her visualization stamp is on other structures: the Atlantis Superyacht Marina as well as the Long Beach Container Terminal and Rainbow Harbor.
She earned a bachelor of fine arts from Sam Houston State University, completed the 3D Modeling & Animation program, and has technical/illustration certifications. When she is not at work, she's likely in a skate park—roller skating—nurturing her competitive spirit, because that's how she rolls.