Our students continue the Hopkins "tradition of excellence"
into the 21st century.
We are pleased to welcome the following students to the AAM Class of 2015
GRADUATES of 2014
GRADUATES of 2014
James Abraham was born and raised in Richmond, Va. He received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University. With his passion for art and love for science, biomedical illustration is a perfect match for him. When he is not working the night away in the studio he enjoys lifting weights, watching movies, and helping and uplifting others.
Veronica grew up in Plymouth, Massachusetts. She was a martial arts instructor in high school and developed the ability to teach while standing on one leg, which she can still do passably well.
She received her B.A. in biology from Smith College and also completed a minor in studio art. Though she conducted research, she discovered that she did not love benchwork enough to continue taking care of cell cultures at 5 AM on weekends. She instead pursued medical illustration, which, if provided coffee, she will do at any hour. Her hobbies include working out, reading, and cheering for the Patriots.
Katelyn is from Nenana, Alaska. She received a degree in Biological and Pre-Medical Illustration from Iowa State University. In her spare time, she plays with her pets: Spike, a Pygmy Hedgehog, and Walle, a Crested Gecko.
Jackie is from Titusville, NJ. She originally moved to Baltimore in 2008 to attend the Maryland Institute College of Art, where she completed a BFA in drawing with a concentrated study in graphic design. During this time she also enrolled in science courses at nearby universities to prepare for graduate school.
Michael is from Los Angeles, CA and received his bachelor's degree in biology from Tufts University while simultaneously attending the School of the Museum of Fine Art in Boston. There he studied traditional figurative art with an emphasis on sculpture. After briefly working in biotechnology, Michael transitioned into the field of product design and prototype fabrication where he gained proficiencies in digital 3D modeling as well as machining, casting, and 3D printing processes. During his 6 years in product design, he continued to develop his traditional artistic abilities and furthered his biological studies.
A Maryland native, Christopher recieved his bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from Salisbury University. After realizing his love for the medical arts, he studied at the Schuler School of Fine Arts Atelier, where he trained in old master techniques before coming to Hopkins. Chris also enjoys oil painting, playing guitar and swimming during his free time.
Samantha was born and raised in Idaho. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Art from the University of Idaho. She was thrilled to discover the Art as Applied to Medicine program because it allows her to combine her passions for both science and art. When she is not working away in the studio, Samantha enjoys sipping lattes, reading Harry Potter, and exploring the east coast with her classmates.
Hannah grew up on Long Island, New York frolicking along the north coast. She received a BFA in illustration from Maryland Institute College of Art. After graduation, she moved back to Long Island to study biology at Stony Brook University while shelving and selling books on the side. When she has freetime, Hannah loves to bake, read, draw, drink tea and play her violin.
Anastasia is from Oakton, Virginia. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Communication Arts from the Virginia Commonwealth University. When she's not in the studio, you might find Ana surrounded by orchids, or in Paris.
Amy was born and raised in central Iowa, just outside of Des Moines. She received her BA from Iowa State University, where she studied Biological and Pre-medical Illustration. Thanks to the support of her parents and a couple of key role models, her affinity for art became a career path that eventually led her to Johns Hopkins. When she isn't noodling away on a project, she likes to ride her bike, play table tennis, and embark on adventures.
"Each member of the faculty in this department has something unique and awe-inspiring to bring to the table. It's a great honor to be working under them."
Natalie-Kay Koscal grew up in a small town in the Hudson River Valley of New York. She received her BS in General Biology from Cornell University. Natalie obtained her art experience by taking classes throughout high school and college and by completing a Scientific Illustration internship at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. After graduation, she decided to pursue her love of art and science and was excited to find the program at Hopkins. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, learning guitar and spending time with friends and family. One day, she hopes to get a lot of use out of her passport and see the world.
Originally from Minden, NE, Heidi received her BA from Iowa State University in Biological & Pre-medical Illustration. She has found this field to be fulfilling and exciting in both her undergraduate and graduate studies. Besides medical illustration she enjoys snowboarding and getting outside of the city to explore the east coast.
"I feel humbled to be instructed by such accomplished faculty and surrounded by inspirational classmates."
Elizabeth Cook grew up in Lake Charles, Louisiana. She received her BFA in painting and drawing from Louisiana State University in 2008. Shortly after graduating, Elizabeth decided to pursue medical illustration and spent the next two years taking biology courses at LSU.
Kaitlin is from Kearney, Nebraska and received a B.A. with Honors in Biological/Pre-Medical Illustration from Iowa State University. Kaitlin has played the violin for more than a decade and says she especially loves playing chamber music and in pit orchestras. While at Hopkins she has discovered a fear of needles, a love for storyboarding, and an enthusiasm for Orioles baseball games!
Courtney grew up in Horsham, Pennsylvania. She received a BFA in illustration from Rhode Island School of Design. After graduation she moved back to Pennsylvania where she started her own gallery and custom frame shop. During this time she returned to school to study Biology and soon realized what path she wanted to take. Her love for art, science and medicine brought her to Hopkins where she is excited to combine her passions into a career in Medical and Biological Illustration. Courtney loves to spend time with her family, friends and dog Duncan. She enjoys running, snowboarding, cooking, being outdoors and traveling whenever possible.
"I am grateful everyday to be at Hopkins where I am surrounded by prestigous faculty who are passionate about teaching and classmates who have become a second family."
Eo Trueblood grew up in the historic town of Lincoln, Virginia. He recieved a BFA from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, with a concentration in figurative sculpture. After graduation Eo spent his time working as a sculptor as well as a cabinet maker in his family's business before joining the graduate program at Johns Hopkins.
A Baltimore native, Elyssa started her undergraduate degree at Maryland Institute College of Art where she studied painting and graphic design, when she realized her interest in the medcial arts she transferred to Arcadia University. There she graduated with a BA in Scientific and Pre-Medical Illustration.
Betty graduated with a bachelor's degree in Biotechnology and a double major in Art and Design from Sun Yat-Sen University, China. Besides medical illustration, Betty enjoys cooking and sharing awesome food with people. One of her greatest wishes is to introduce authentic Chinese food to American friends and introduce medical illustration to every Chinese she knows!
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