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I am a science-loving artist from West Palm Beach, FL.  My fixation with anatomy was apparent as a little kid when I started to draw animals and monsters with "pipes" from end to end. 


Originally a figurative charcoal artist and oil-painter, I earned a BFA in 2016 through a coordinated degree program at the University of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where I majored in Fine Art and minored in Biology. I earned a Master of Arts in Medical and Biological Illustration from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. There, I discovered ways to jump off a canvas and create scientific art in 3D, including models of anatomy, cells, and proteins based on raw imaging data. 


In 2019, I began my career as a medical illustrator for Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. I joined Stream Studios in the Division of Otolaryngology, and formed RIVER: Medical Illustration in the Department of Radiology. I also enjoy collaborating with the CHAMP 3D Printing Lab. 


CRE&TE: Drawing

Lessons for Kids

Bi-weekly host/teacher of virtual animal drawing lessons.

Also full of fun animal facts!


Outreach Talks

I'm happy to speak to classes of any age about my experience as, and becoming, a medical illustrator. View past talks

Radiology Runners

& Riders for Charity

We run, walk, and cycle to raise money for the Children's Fund at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.


Association of

Medical Illustrators

Professional member

since 2019. New member of the mentorship program.

CHAMP 3D Printing Lab, Children's Hospital of Phila.

I help create 3D printed educational anatomy models. I also give advice on the design and usibility of 3D printed devices and simulators.

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