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Lynsey believes in providing the medical healthcare industry with biomedical illustrations and animations in a perfect balance of scientific accuracy and visual aesthetics. She is also committed to providing industry professionals with aesthetic marketing designs to enhance their professional appearance. Each project is designed to fit the needs of the client, and to solve the visual communication problem effectively and efficiently from conceptualization to publication.

What is Medical Illustration?

Medical Illustration is the juxtaposition of two worlds, a perfect balance of the visual formula for science and art.

From the moment students enter medical school, they are learning from images medical illustrators have created. From the very basic to the extreme complexities of medicine, medical illustrators illustrate anatomy in its myriad states, from normal to the diseased, to help spread awareness and knowledge. Medical illustrators are the storytellers in the health industry. It is our job to make sure our audience clearly understands what is involved when you are finished looking at an image, looking at a sculpture, watching a video, or pulling a kidney out of a hat, kidding. We need to know how to tell a story for every single person's needs no matter the education level.

The value of having a trained medical illustrator from one of the accredited programs brings value from viewing a surgery from the surgeon's perspective, feeling the living breathing tissue from an animal on the operating table, and taking med school classes among the future doctors are all achievements I can rightfully claim as developments in making the perfect magic act. There are about 1000 medical illustrators in the continental United States, and only four accredited graduate programs who train them. We are the few magicians able to mix science and art together, and it truly is magic.


Avoid potential problems surfacing by using a trained medical illustrator for your accurate healthcare and creative needs.

Public Speaker Bringing knowledge from the industry from small to large audiences.

Medical IllustratorGraduate of the only MI program providing a hands on surgical techniques course.

Thriving with TechnologyInnovation at our fingertips


Board certified and full-time Medical Illustrator and Mobile Web Application Developer in Georgia...Lynsey is a graduate of the Medical Illustration Graduate Program at the Medical College of Georgia [MCG]. Before MCG, she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.F.A. in illustration from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Through her education in undergrad Equine anatomy, Lynsey met fellow medical illustrators Deborah Haines and Jon Foerster and realized her passion for science and art. In May 2012, Lynsey received her Masters of Science in Medical Illustration from the MCG. In the two years of training in the graduate program, Lynsey was able to experience surgery in the operating room and work directly with doctors and surgeons while gaining experience creating sophisticated work in the healthcare industry. As a professional medical illustrator and freelance artist her passion is to create visually engaging and accurate work for the entirety of the healthcare industry with a specialty in the veterinary sciences, and 3D animation.



2017 - Gamification Apprentice Certification - see certification here.
2017 - Conference Speaker - Introduction to GameSalad - Medical Illustrators Conference (Augusta, GA)
2016 - Conference Speaker - Enhancing Game and Application Development Through Medical Illustration at the Association of Medical Illustrators Conference (Atlanta, GA)
2016 - Keynote Speaker - Phi Kappa Phi, Research and Fine Arts Conference (Augusta, GA)
2016 - Board Certification - Certified Medical Illustrator
2015 - GOLD in Ed Tech - 'OT Kinesiology Pro Consult' in Design 100 2015 App Design Awards USA Click here.
2014 - Presenting for Chinese Learning Applications developed by Augusta University at ECGBL in Berlin, Germany.
2013 - “Workshop on HIV Cure and Eradication” - Collaboration with Shahin Gharakhanian MD Consulting LLC won best poster at event.


Medical College of Georgia
Maters of Science in Medical Illustration [MSMI]
The only graduate program providing a surgical techniques course.

Savannah College of Art and Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Illustration, Summa Cum Laude.

Published Illustrations

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
See Book Here

Journal of Innovations:
"Remote Magnetic Navigation-guided Catheter Ablation of Atrioventricular Nodal Reentrant Tachycardia ..."
See Article Here

OncoTargets and Therapy:
"Volasertib for AML: clinical use and patient consideration"
See Article Here

BYU Studies:
"Discovering a Surgical First: Russel M. Nelson and Tricuspid Valve Annuloplasty"
See Article Here

Consciousness and Cognition:
"Neural correlates of visuospatial consciousness in 3D default space: Insights from contralateral neglect syndrome"
See Article Here

Acta Physiologica:
"Therapeutic implications of Peptide Interactions with G-Protein Coupled Receptors in Diabetic Vasculopathy"
See Article Here

Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine:
"Split Peroneus Brevis Tendon: An Unusual Cause of Ankle Pain and Instability"
See Article Here

European Heart Journal:
"Mitochondrial damage-associated molecular patterns and vascular function"
See Article Here


Maxon Cinema 4D
Sketch App
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe After Effects
Adobe Encore
Adobe Audition
Adobe Dreamweaver
Corel Painter X
iBooks Author
Microsoft Office
Pixologic Zbrush
UCSF Chimera


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