Using Existing Illustrations
If you’re interested in using my existing illustrations for a non-profit project, simply follow the guidelines of the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license (Donation appreciated but not required). Many of my images can be found within my Radiopaedia case library.​ 

   Commercial
   If you would like to use my images for a commercial purpose, please contact me to discuss pricing and licensing options.


Commission an illustration
​Commissioned illustrations may be requested, with the cost dependent on the complexity of the project. Quotes are based on a non-exclusive copyright license, and can typically be delivered within 2-4 weeks depending on my availability. Estimates are based on a $120/hr rate, with 3d illustrations adding $30 per render. Please contact me via email for a quote if you would like to commission an illustration.

Requesting illustrations

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The old adage “a picture speaks a thousand words” is exceptionally apparent in medical art, as sometimes a simple image is all that is needed to easily convey a large amount of complex information. Similarly, poor images can easily confuse a subject, which is why I think it is valuable to have a medical professional producing these images.

The ability medical illustrations have to shallow the learning curve in a meaningful way is what drives me to spend countless hours creating such images. I think that my background in radiology and chiropractic medicine, as well as firm belief in science-based medicine help refine the accuracy and appeal of the images I create.

​To the surprise of many, I don’t think of myself as an artist. I simply fell into creating medical illustrations out of a desire to improve my effectiveness as an educator in radiology. My understanding of medical illustration is entirely self-taught from free, on-line resources which is why I make the vast majority of my illustrations freely available for viewing and use under a minimally restrictive creative commons license. I believe that as we all gain critical skills and information from such free resources, it is our responsibility to return the favor.

Medical Illustration