My name is Jack Nelson and I am from Buffalo, New York. In 2019, I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Art for Medical Illustration from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). During my studies at RIT, my focus was on learning how to create computer graphics for medical illustration. I also excelled in a complete cadaver dissection course and studied human anatomy and physiology. My student and professional experience is in creating 3D models and animations, surgical illustrations, and legal exhibit illustrations that explain complex scientific ideas to a specific audience.
I currently work in the Department of Anatomical Sciences, at St. George’s University School of Medicine (SGU). The University is located on the island of Grenada, in the West Indies. I work on a team called the Center for BioMedical Visualization, a one-of-a-kind resource for faculty and students in the Caribbean region. My role is to create animations and illustrations to serve the school of medicine, as well as assist the university in laboratory, selective, and faculty development instruction. When I’m not experimenting with 3D, or facilitating anatomy curriculum for pre-medical students over a prosected cadaver, I enjoy exploring the island, hiking, scuba diving, and observing the wildlife.
I am currently available for commission work and would be happy to help collaborate on your next project. If you have any questions about my skills, services or experience, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.