BioMedical Illustration


Through educational experiences and internships, I have worked on a variety of biological and medical art projects over the past four years. In spring 2017, I worked doing illustrations of blood backspatter for Dr. Daniel Attinger. During the summer of 2017, I worked with the Creative Arts and Services team at Los Alamos National Laboratory on figures for the 2nd edition of the Plutonium Handbook which was published in 2019. More recently I collaborated with the Ninewells Hospital Ear Nose and Throat Unit to create interactive 3D models on the complications of mastoiditis. Through my course work, I have had the opportunity to draw a variety of biological and medical specimens many of which are featured below.

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Medical Illustrations

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Posterior Cervical Triangle Still Images (ZBrush and Adobe Photoshop)
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Adobe Photoshop Scapula Digital Painting
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Measured Femur Drawing (Graphite)
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Pen and Ink Hand Dissection Drawing (Adobe Photoshop)
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External Fixator (Adobe Illustrator)
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Obstetric Forceps Informational Poster (Adobe Illustrator)

Anatomical Écorché

Digital Écorché created using 3D CT Data, Keyshot, and Adobe Photoshop

Scientific Illustrations

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Sequential Narration of Blood Back Spatter (Adobe Illustrator)
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Magnolia (Adobe Photoshop)
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NSF Vizzies Visualization Challenge Semi-finalist (Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator)

Graphic Medicine

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