Communication is an integral part of progress and education in science and medicine.

However, the role of visuals in communication is far too often overlooked. As a biomedical communicator, I aim to integrate science, medicine, and visual communication with immersive storytelling that is capable of going where imaging cannot see, commanding time in ways our natural senses cannot, and unveiling layers in processes that are otherwise opaque.

"Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that's creativity."

— Charles Mingus

From increasing scientific literacy and health compliance by clarifying, connecting, and disseminating  imperative ideas—to acting as part of the process of scientific discovery through visualizing and decoding dynamic data—visual communication has never been more integral.

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My purpose is to strategically translate and communicate complex scientific and medical concepts through clear, accurate, and compelling visuals that can be used for a variety of purposes—such as education, publication, simulation, and promotion.

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"Copying a medical object is not medical illustrating. The camera copies as well, and often better, than the eye and medical drawing full comprehension must precede execution."

— Max Brödel, pioneering medical illustrator and founder of the first Department of Art as Applied to Medicine; located at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicines


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