A blog about science, medicine, the arts and other interests of a modern day Medical Illustrator.
Art That Was Once Alive
In a strange mix of taxidermy and art these pieces represent a unique compilation of modern creations. I particularly like the skull made out of cockroach pieces - I know, sounds really gross - but the end result is strangely beautiful (below). It's also nice to see an anatomically correct skull in modern art.....take a look at the other pieces here: Art That Was Once Alive
"The Impossibility of Storage for the Soul I (Self-Portrait)"
I'm an equestrian and an animal enthusiast who lives in Stockton, NJ. A trained medical illustrator, I still dabble in the arts but my true passion is eduction and learning, both human and animal-related. Recently I worked as a horse breaker/trainer and am continually researching and looking for new ideas and approaches to traditional training methods. My current job is writing educational content in anatomy and physiology, and I'm loving it. On the side I enjoy developing my equine training skills, particularly in the field of natural horsemanship and forming a true partnership with your horse. My goal is to successfully combine many aspects of riding into a solid, positive experience for everyone involved and it would be my dream to manage a small equine training facility focused on the complete, well-rounded horse.