my portfolio

  • Illustration

    Landmarks to help medical students identify where to place a central venous catheter. Graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

    I created this image for Doctors in Training, and do not own the rights to it. I display it here with their permission, as it is used solely as an example of my artwork.

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    Differences in the manifestations of a meningocele versus a myelomeningocele. Graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

    I created this image for Doctors in Training, and do not own the rights to it. I display it here with their permission, as it is used solely as an example of my artwork.

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    Differences between a woman with normal pelvic anatomy and a woman with rectocele. Graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

    I created this image for Doctors in Training, and do not own the rights to it. I display it here with their permission, as it is used solely as an example of my artwork.

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  • Illustration

    Embryologic development of monozygotic twins. Graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

    I created this image for Doctors in Training, and do not own the rights to it. I display it here with their permission, as it is used solely as an example of my artwork.

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  • Illustration

    Anatomy of the breast. Graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

    I created this image for Doctors in Training, and do not own the rights to it. I display it here with their permission, as it is used solely as an example of my artwork.

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  • Illustration

    Observed an aortic valve replacement surgery, and then created a one-step tone illustration based on my observations. Drawn with graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

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  • Design

    An educational design intended for a pharmaceutical audience. Created with graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

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  • Illustration

    A practice Medical Legal project involving severe neck trauma to a 42 year old 'John Doe'. Created with graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

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  • Design

    I submitted this cover design to Nature magazine as an accompaniment to a UT Southwestern researcher's article on peptide autophagy. Created with graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

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  • Illustration

    An anatomical study of the human heart. Graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

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  • Illustration

    A grayscale study of the human skull. Graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

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  • 3D

    The final project for our advanced 3D modeling class was to choose a celebrity and realistically model his or her bust--I chose Humphrey Bogart. Modelled and UV unwrapped in Autodesk Maya, then sculpted and painted in Autodesk Mudbox.

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  • Illustration

    An anatomical study of the human hip bone, or os coxae. Graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

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  • Illustration

    A study done after August Vierling's illustration of the pancreas and duodenum. Graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

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  • Illustration

    A study done after August Vierling's illustration of the superficial facial muscles. Graphite pencil and Adobe Photoshop.

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  • 3D

    A 3D study of hands that I created as a student project in Autodesk Maya 2013.

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  • Illustration

    A precise, labeled study of the human skull. Adobe illustrator.

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  • Design

    An imagined 2-page magazine spread on the process of granulopoiesis. Cells were 3D modeled first in Autodesk Maya, then brought into Adobe Photoshop to create the page layout.

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  • DNA Poster

    Design

    A educational DNA poster designed to hang in a high school science classroom. First modeled in Autodesk Maya, then brought into Adobe InDesign to craft the poster layout.

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