An evidence-based application developed for the Canadian courtroom.
My first project developed in Adobe Flash.
A teaching tool that emulates non-linear decision-making processes occuring in inner-city emergency departments.
A mobile phone application developed using the Layar Mobile Platform visualizing the nearest bubble tea shops in the GTA.
A two-page spread to educate an informed audience by depicting both the gross and cellular pathologies of tuberculosis.
Visual conceptuliazation of the T-cell maturation process based on new evidence developed in the Department of Immunology (Dr. J.C. Zuniga-Pflucker).
Generating 3D models of proteins from the Protein Data Bank.
(Cinema 4D, Photoshop, Illustrator)
Created for the 10-year anniversary of the Bachelor of Health Sciences programme at McMaster University
Multiple tattoos can be applied in random patterns by connecting dotted lines. This represents the unique outcomes of the Inquiry learning process.
An educational exhibit highlighting the social impacts of providing education to third-world countries
A visual synopsis of key steps in a 6-hour cardiac procedure.
Visualization of the ligaments of the foot.
(Traditional Indian Ink)
Depicting a clinical malformation of the skull.
(Carbon Dust, Indian Ink, Illustrator)
Illustration based on cadaveric specimens in the Grant's Anatomy Museum.
Published in the 2011 edition of the Toronto Notes guide for medical students.
Sagittal cut of skull, drawn from photograph found in anatomy textbook.