I visualize science and medicine to help clients present complex information in a succinct, memorable format.
- Emphasize understanding a project's goals, audience, restraints, and creative opportunity
- Create solutions customized to each project's needs
- Use sketching skill to create quick, efficient feedback cycles
I take great pride in creating images true to science, and I love a good challenge. It's best to get in touch early. Contact me to start discussing your project
I create anatomical, clinical, pathological and surgical illustrations for all sorts of formats and audiences. I also illustrate molecular and cellular activity.
This is the broadest category of my work - my medical illustrations are used in scientific papers, patient materials, textbooks and training materials, presentations, websites, videos, and marketing collateral.
I work with attorneys and medical experts to clarify complex medical information for judges and juries.
This includes 2D and 3D renderings, animations, and overlays using real patient data. I use OsiriX software to work directly with real patient data images such as x-rays, CTs, MRIs, and other Digital Imaging in Communication (DICOM) data sets.
Working in large-scale print format is a fun opportunity to share with peers or to present simplified - but sophisticated - information to the general public.
I create images that take advantage of the large-scale format and are tailored to the audience.
I use animation to show multiple perspectives of complex anatomy, products, and procedures. It can also be used to make 2D images more engaging and informative.
Organizations and projects with a biomedical focus need a visual identity that conveys expertise with accuracy and clarity.
I work with clients who need everything from a complete visual identity for their research project to a single illustration that conveys a product's innovative approach.