I completed my master's degree in Biomedical Communications from the University of Toronto. While our discipline is rooted in the traditions of medical illustration, the BMC program trains artists with a background in science to create visual resources for a wide range of audiences using a variety of both traditional and digital tools, including high-end 3D animation and web-based applications.
Throughout my academic career I found that difficult subject material, especially in science, can be quickly and effectively communicated with proper visual aids. No camera or microscope can conceptually capture the dynamic nature of biochemical reactions and human physiological processes. This requires a skilled artist armed with knowledge from numerous scientific disciplines. It is my intention for my work to stand out with original and unique presentations, along with my ability to communicate a strong, clear message of otherwise difficult subject matter.
Biomedical, surgical, and figure illustration
3D modeling and animation, video editing
- Vimeo Check out my account on Vimeo to see examples of my animation work.
- Blogger My blog is where I post many of my works-in-progress as well as my ongoing pursuit of drawing the human form.
June 2014 - present
The Toronto Video Atlas of Liver, Pancreas and Transplant Surgery hosts a growing library of surgical videos to instruct surgical fellows and residents in the fields of HPB and transplant surgery.
June 2012 - June 2014
The Perioperative Interactive Education (PIE) group is a team of medical artists and researchers dedicated to creating visually-based aids for medical teaching.
October 2011 - June 2012
Specializing in textbook illustration, we create visual resources to aid the education of healthcare professionals and students at all levels in the topics of health and medicine.
August 2009 - August 2011
Master of Science in Biomedical Communications
January 2005 - May 2008
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
January 2003 - December 2004