Animation

Lens Accommodation

The lens of the eye is unique in its ability to change shape, or accommodate, in order to change the focus of the eye. This animation shows the anatomical mechanisms behind that accommodation. Programs used include Cinema 4D, ZBrush, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe After Effects.

Demo Reel 2018

A compilation of projects worked on between 2017 and 2018. Programs include zBrush (Exploding Skull), Adobe Illustrator and After Effects (J-Pouch Surgery), Adobe Photoshop (Kemp’s Ridley’s Sea Turtles), Adobe Animate (Spiral Model of Healthcare Innovation graphics), and Cinema 4D (Gesundheit and Tentacles).

Intro to Healthcare Innovation

This animation was created for the Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering, Innovation, and Design in order to introduce the iterative spiral model of healthcare innovation. Pressure sores are used as an example clinical problem in this narrative. Programs used included Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Cinema 4D (for asset creation), Adobe After Effects (for animation) and TVPaint (for frame-by-frame lip syncing animation).

Cellular Mechanisms of a Sneeze

This animation was created using a combination of Adobe Photoshop, Cinema 4D, and Adobe After Effects. The intended audience is an educated layperson.

J-Pouch Surgery: Patient Education

This animation was created using a combination of Adobe Illustrator and After Effects. The intended audience would be patients with chronic ulcerative colitis, or colon cancer about to undergo this surgery.