Having begun my illustration career at Hornsey College of Art studying Scientific Illustration Degree BA Hons, including Medical Art. Jo continued onto St. Bartholomew’s Hospital to train under Professor Peter Cull on the MAA Postgraduate Medical Art Programme MAA Dip, studying medical art techniques and anatomy; upon qualifying led into a full-time freelance career in medical and scientific illustration. Since completing this course, Jo immediately became involved helping this medical art educational charity by becoming their Honorary Secretary and continued supporting this Charitable Educational Trust, the Postgraduate Training Programme in Medical Art (MAET) ever since and became the Director of Education for the MAET Educational Trust in 2008, currently running the course based within King’s College London. Venues have included University College Hospital and the Royal College of Surgeons, London. www.maet.org.uk Jo also completed her Postgraduate Teacher Training Certificate PGCE.

Subsequently for these medical educational charitable works Jo was awarded a Fellowship of the MAA, FMAA by the Medical Artists’ Association of GB whilst at the MAA Liverpool School of Medicine Conference. Alongside continuing with a busy freelance medical and scientific art and teaching career.

Crohn’s disease – Watercolour on CS2 board – Sold

Jo creates artworks in either by traditional methods: pencil, watercolour, carbon dust or inks, or digitally either in Photoshop or Illustrator depending on the project requirement. Projects may be for patients, posters, medical information books or texts or for specialised operative surgical texts and design publications.

Please note all illustrations shown here are subject to copyright restrictions.