Hello!

My name is Hannah Ely and I'm a biomedical artist with experience creating a wide range of visual content for scientific communication. 

I'm a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY with a BFA in medical illustration. I am also a member of the Association of Medical Illustrators.

I have always had a deep interest in science, and have a background in general and human biology, anatomy and physiology, gross anatomy, forensic science, cadaver dissection, and surgical observation. I also grew up always drawing and painting, surrounded by art, and have years of experience in illustration and design. I enjoy using both digital and traditional media, as well as 3D modeling, including visualization using MRI and CT data. I also have a background in both 2D and 3D animation, having created many animations from concept to finish both on teams and individually.

I am proficient using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, AfterEffects, Maxon Cinema 4D, Autodesk Maya, as well as other programs and traditional media to communicate complex biomedical information to a general or specific audience through visually pleasing and accurate illustrations, animations, and other media.

I have worked with other illustrators, art directors, medical writers, and research scientists in professional settings to create pharmaceutical graphics, educational anatomical illustrations, research visuals, animations, and training units. I have years of freelance experience working directly with doctors, research scientists, art directors, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, and graphic designers to create a diverse range of medical artwork to meet each client's specific goals.

I am always looking for new opportunities and projects to take on in the world of health care and science. I love bringing an artistic touch and story-telling visuals together with complex information to create clear and effective communication. I enjoy visual problem solving, and collaborating with others and constantly learning new techniques and medical concepts. I have a passion for art and science and strive to use my skills to visualize and communicate complex information clearly, accurately, and beautifully.