If you want to know what a talent for scientific visualizations looks like, check out Eleanor Lutz. She's a Ph.D. student in biology at the University of Washington, and at her website Tabletop Whale, you can see her amazing work on full display.
Her latest piece is a map showing all the orbits of over 18,000 asteroids in the solar system. It includes 10,000 asteroids that are over 10 kilometers in diameter and about 8,000 objects of unknown size.
As the tagline at her website says, she produces "Charts, infographics, and animations about any and all things science." This includes things like a "Visual Compendium of Glowing Creatures," "All the Stars You Can See From Earth," and a beautiful topographic map of Mercury.