, Biomedical Science
, Essential medicines/treatment
, Forensic Medicine
, Medical Diagnosis
, Medical Illustration
, Medical Imaging
, Sensory organs
To every illustration or animation job I do, I bring my fullest attention and talent, in order to provide a superior product to clients.
I was one of the first medical illustrators to use computer graphics, as a consultant for Quantel Ltd.in the UK using their Paint box system in the early 1980s and I then learned Softimage 3D computer graphics software in the early 1990s. At Baylor College of Medicine, I helped increase the medical illustration department’s income by developing new illustration techniques using plastic drafting film. My superviors sponsored my membership in our professional organization, the AMI. I was educated by some of the best medical illustrators while at the University of Texas Dallas Medical School, and in my first job, I had a great mentor, Barry Baker, one of the top medical illustrators.
Bayor College of Medicine Houston Texas staff medical illustrator. Illustrated 2 Atlases of Surgery, numerous presentations,
medical papers, slide presentations, animations and videos and exhibit displays.
Invited to Paris by Professor Alain Carpentier his personal illustrator for 5 years in Paris France- cardiovascular surgeons famous for inventing the Carpentier Edward's porcine heart valve, valvuloplasty, etc.
Medical Editors; Illustrated over 20 Medical textbooks and surgical atlases on various subjects for different doctors, surgeons and scientists.
Pharmaceutical Advertising and Editorial; Walt Disney, Discover Magazine, pharmaceutical and advertising clients, doctors, trade magazines as well as a museum in New York City.
Teaching a course with two psychiatrists on introducing psychiatry to the layperson at a psychiatric institution hospital.
Consultant for Quantel Ltd. and Beta Tester for Mattrox, Apple Computers, Strata 3D [ Full CV: http://medicalillustration.net/extendedresume.html ]