Portfolio (under construction)
- 2D Animation
- Fine Art
Rendering & Colour Exercise
Beak Adaptations: A Comparison
Eye Study in Coloured Pencil
Clr-b Mediated Recognition of Infected Cells
An Introduction to H.pylori
Invasive Pulmonary Aspergillosis
The "Stop" / "Go" Pathway of the Basal Ganglia
Toxodon platensis on Coquille Board
Sacrum Study in Greyscale Wash
Botanical Illustration: Miniature Rose
Medical Legal Artwork: Torrison v. Colwill
Uterus in Carbon Dust
Portrait of a Girl in Graphite
An Italian Meal in Watercolour
Balloon Manipulation Study
Desaturated regions reflect the original image published in the Pernkopf Anatomy Atlas; saturated regions are rendered in photoshop as an exercise in colour and detail.
The following piece was completed as part of coursework in the Biomedical Communications program.
Awards: Award of Merit, Association of Medical Illustrators Annual Salon Exhibit, 2015; People's Choice Award (2nd Place), BMCAA 70th Anniversary Gala, 2015
The following piece was based on ongoing research in the lab of Dr. James Carlyle, with the advice of PhD candidate Christina Kirkham. It depicts the surface protein Clr-b's role in the mediation of Natural Killer Cell recognition of healthy versus diseased cells.
Completed as part of coursework in the Biomedical Communications program.
This piece was a vector exercise in photorealism, created primarily using the Gradient Mesh tool in Adobe Illustrator. The image on the left illustrates the final product, while the image on the right demonstrates the outline of meshwork created to complete the piece.
This animation was produced as part of coursework in Biomedical Communications --my first attempt at a complete 2D animation with the goal of telling a specific story.
The goal of the assignment was to research, storyboard, script, and produce an animation using Adobe After Effects as well as the vector animation tool Adobe Animate.
All assets were produced in either Adobe Illustrator, or in Adobe Animate. Certain sound effects were produced by myself, and the narration, and background mixdown was processed in Adobe Audition.
This pathological illustration was completed as part of coursework in the Biomedical Communications program. It depics the progression of an Aspergillus fumigatus infection from the stages of inhalation to final tissue coagulative necrosis.
This neurology illustration was completed for Dr. Cindi Morshead as part of coursework in the Biomedical Communications program. It depics the anatomy and relationship of structures within the basal ganglia, and the stages of the "Stop"/"Go" pathway occuring within the basal ganglia.
This illustration was completed as part of coursework in the Biomedical Communications program. It was rendered on coquille board, linework was added in Adobe Photoshop, and the image was compiled in Adobe Illustrator.
This illustration was completed as part of coursework in the Biomedical Communications program. A specimen of a human sacrum was used for reference, and rendered using a greyscale wash.
This medical legal illustration was completed in collaboration with Brittany Hemphill as part of coursework in the Biomedical Communications program. Visualizations were developed based on a sample medical legal case provided.