Thanks for visiting my site! My name is Danny Anduza, and I’m currently an undergraduate studying paleontology. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, I moved to Bozeman, Montana in 2010 to pursue a degree at Montana State University.
My research interests include the evolution of feeding structures in theropod dinosaurs, and I’m currently working on several projects in that area with Ph.D student Denver Fowler. During the summers I conduct paleontological fieldwork, typically with Museum of the Rockies, mostly as part of the extensive Hell Creek Project. I also produce my own illustrations, both for my publications and for other researchers on commission. I do a lot of non-technical art as well — I design T-shirts and other merchandise for Museum of the Rockies and other institutions. You can find out more about my T-shirt business, Anduza Designs, here. All art and illustrations on this website are my own work unless otherwise stated.
This summer I’m keeping a personal ‘blog about fieldwork out here in Montana. I’ve put a lot of work into it, and it’s geared toward general readership and specialists alike, so check it out! I call it “Hell Creek and Back.”