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EDUCATION

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, Baltimore, MD

Master of Arts in Medical and Biological Illustration, May 2019.

University of Pennsylvania (Coordinated PAFA/Penn program)

BFA – Major: Fine Art | Minor: Biology, Philadelphia, PA, 2016.

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA)

Certificate – Major: Drawing | Minor: Painting, Philadelphia, PA, 2015.

EXPERIENCE

2019         Medical Illustrator & 3D Specialist, Stream Studios, Division of Otolaryngology,

RIVER Medical Illustration, Dept. of Radiology. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.

2016         Scientific Illustrator, University of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Biology, Phila., PA

2015         Archaeological Illustrator, University of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Art History, Phila., PA

2014         Network Science Visualization Intern, University of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Bioengineering, Phila., PA

2013         Digital Archive & Graphic Design Intern, Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of

Phila., PA

CLIENT PROJECTS

2018         Medical device animation - Ctr. for Bioengineering Innovation & Design, Johns Hopkins Univ.,

Baltimore, MD

                Illustrated biological poster - The National Aquarium, Baltimore, MD

2015         Eight Illustrations for Brain Injury Patient Guide - Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital, Bryn Mawr, PA

                Forty Illustrations for academic book - Annenberg School for Communication, Univ. Penn., Phila., PA

PUBLICATIONS:

  • Centola, Damon. How Behavior Spreads: the Science of Complex Contagions. Princeton University Press, 2018. (Book illustrator)

  • Murphy, Sarah F. Muldoon, David Baker, Adam Lastowka, Brittany Bennett, Muzhi Yang, Danielle S. Bassett. (2017) “Structure, function, and control of the human musculoskeletal network.” PLOS Biology. 16(1): e2002811. 

EXHIBITIONS

  • Association of Medical Illustrators Annual Conference Student Salon, Newton, MA, 2018

  • “Networks Within and Around Us,” Esther Klein Gallery, Phila., PA, 2018

  • Annual Student Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Phila., PA, 2015

  • “You Are Here,” Armory Arts Center, Palm Beach, FL, 2014

  • Annual Student Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Phila., PA, 2014

  • “Sketching from the Stacks”, The Mütter Museum,  Phila., PA, 2013

  • Rosetta Stone Gallery, Jupiter, FL, 2011

  • Dreyfoos Foundation Gala, Morikami Museum, Delray Beach, FL, 2010

  • Palm Beach³ Gallery, American International Fine Art Fair, Palm Beach, FL, 2009

AWARDS / HONORS

  • Johns Hopkins 2017 – 2019

    • The William P. Didusch Scholarship

    • Elinor Widmont Bodian Scholarship in Medical Art

    • School of Medicine Tuition Grant
       

  • PAFA 2011 – 2016

    • Anne Bryan Memorial Scholarship & Venture Fund

    • Bobette Leidner Award

    • Melvin & Pearl Miller Merit Scholarship

    • 1st place Packard Prize for Animal Drawing

PRESENTATIONS

  • Presenter - Illustrating cellular / molecular topics for patients & families. Penn Medicine Visual Communication in Medicine course.  March 22 2021. Virtual. Audience: Medical students. 25 min.

  • Presenter - Design Considerations for 3D Printing. Drexel University. 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing at the Point-of-Care. March 4 2021. Virtual. Audience: Graduate students and industry professionals. 45 min.

  • Host - Blue Zones CRE&TE Series: Animal Drawing Lessons. Bi-weekly. Apr.- Jul.15 2020 –  Present. Virtual

  • Presenter - Visiting Artist Lecture. University of Delaware. Oct. 6 2020. Virtual, Audience: Forty undergraduate students in the Nature & History course. 1 hr.

  • Presenter - RACH Faculty Meeting. CHOP Department of Radiology. Nov. 23 2020. Virtual, audience: Attending physicians in the Radiology Department. 10 min.

  • Co-presenter - Walk in my Shoes Blue Zone Career Elementary School Exploration Hour for the Children of our Radiology Family. CHOP Department of Radiology. Aug. 18 2020. Virtual, Audience: Twenty-five children, grades K-3, 3-6, and 7- 8 and high school. 10 min.

  • Co-presenter - Visiting Artist Lecture. University of Central Missouri. Sept. 10 2020. Virtual, Audience: Forty first-year undergraduate art & design students. 5 min.

  • Co-presenter - University of Pennsylvania Upward Bound Program. CHOP Department of Radiology. July 17 2020. Virtual, Audience: Forty West Philadelphia Community high school students (Overbrook, Parkway – West, Sayre, West Philadelpha) 10 min.

  • Keynote speaker - Girls Tech Day. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Audience: Forty girls age 11-14. 30 min.