my portfolio

  • Illustration

    A labeled illustration of anterior knee anatomy. 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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    A labeled illustration of the male reproductive system. 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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    An illustration of the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. 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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    A demonstration of total parenteral nutrition, one of the main enteral feeding routes. 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

    A comparative image of the variations in Q angle of the hip: normal Q angle, coxa varum, and coxa valga. 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

    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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  • Illustration

    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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  • Illustration

    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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  • Rebel Kettle Brewery Logo

    Logos and Cartoons

    Created this logo for Rebel Kettle, an up-and-coming brewery in Little Rock, AR, in collaboration with fellow graphic designer David Nelke (www.davidnelke.com).

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  • Leap of Faith Brewery Logo

    Logos and Cartoons

    Created this logo for Leap of Faith, an up-and-coming brewery in Little Rock, AR, in collaboration with fellow graphic designer David Nelke (www.davidnelke.com).

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  • Randy Travis Mnemonic Cartoon

    Logos and Cartoons

    Fun mnemonic device, created for Doctors in Training, to help medical students recall the structure of the brachial nerve plexus.

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  • Genu Varum and Genu Valgus Mnemonic Cartoon

    Logos and Cartoons

    Fun mnemonic device, created for Doctors in Training's Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine course, to help medical students remember the difference between genu valgus and genu varum. Someone with genu valgus would be considered bowlegged, while someone with genu varum would appear "knock-kneed".

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  • "Flat Pig" Mnemonic Cartoon

    Logos and Cartoons

    Fun mnemonic device, created for Doctors in Training, to help medical students remember the hormones secreted by the anterior pituitary gland.

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