M.Sc. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of Toronto

1979 - 1982
Art as Applied to Medicine, Faculty of Medicine
University of Toronto

1975 - 1979
Enrolled in B. A. in Art program,
State University College
Buffalo, New York
Transferred to B.Sc.AAM, University of Toronto, 1979

1986 - present
Associate Professor, Biomedical Communications
Institute of Culture and Communication
University of Toronto Mississauga


1985 - present Freelance medical illustration in the Toronto, Ont. and Buffalo, N.Y. areas; Clients include surgeons at The Toronto Hospital, Mt. Sinai Hospital, The Hospital for Sick Children and Sunnybrook Medical Centre; Roswell Park Memorial and Children’s Hospitals; B.C. Decker Publishing Inc., Lederle Pharmaceuticals, Rorer Canada, Bauer and Black, Nelson Canada, SPAR Aerospace and Andromeda Interactive.

1988 - 1994 IMS Creative Communications, University of Toronto. Senior Medical Illustrator, responsible for graphics and medical art, including traditional media as well as medical sculpture, computer illustration and computer animation. Clients include Thomson Healthcare Communications, Ontario Science Centre, Addiction Research Foundation, Williams & Wilkins and Burlex Canada.

1985 Freelance medical illustration, Equinox Oxford Publishing Ltd.,
Oxford, U.K. Color illustrations were executed for a book on anatomy and medicine for the general public.

1982 - 1984 Isan Center for Comparative Medicine, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beersheva, Israel; illustrator and photographer for Anatomy of the Dromedary, an atlas of camel anatomy for veterinary science, published by Oxford University Press.

Association of Medical Illustrators
The Guild of Natural Science Illustrators
Association of Biology Laboratory Educators
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
The Palaeontological Association


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