Medical Legal Art employs a team of award-winning, degreed medical legal illustrators and animators. With over 16 years in the medical legal business, MLA understands what works well in the legal system, and how to help you take your trial visuals to the next level. Your case deserves cinematic, 3D medical legal animations or quality illustrated visuals, even if you don't have a Hollywood budget. Let MLA show you how medical legal illustration and animation can dramatically improve your trial visuals!
After graduating from UWM-Milwaukee, Marianne pursued a teaching career in the Milwaukee Public School System. She achieved master teacher status within her first year, and went on to teach retail & design at several schools in both Florida and Georgia. Eventually, she accepted a position with Tara, a Division of SouthMark Property and Acquisitions, in site location analysis and demographics. This required extensive travel and contact with local governments, national retailers, and developers. Marianne achieved a high rate of statistical accuracy in predicting a project's viability and success, and her work with Tara evolved into positions in inside and outside sales. In 1995, Marianne joined Medical Legal Illustrations, and transitioned in 1997 to Medical Legal Art as Sr. Account Executive, a position that allows her to pursue her passion for art, medicine, and customer service. Marianne thinks the legal community is just great. Her outside interests lie in futuristic and alternative medicine.
Brian graduated with Honors from Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in 1989. Brian has been with Medical Legal Art since its formation in 1997. In addition to creating custom medical exhibits and animations for our clients, he also lends his expertise in formulating visual content strategy in the form of client proposals. In his spare time, he enjoys life away from the city with his wife, son and friends at their cabin in the mountains of north Georgia. Life renewed through the eyes of a 4 year old, comic books, trout fishing, and swimming down at the lake with their 150lb. Newfoundland- "Zeus". "I have never let my schooling interfere with my education." - Mark Twain "This is like deja vu all over again." -Yogi Berra "Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one."- Dr. Seuss
Michael has a Bachelors degree in fine art photography and Masters degree in medical illustration with a minor in computer graphics from the Rochester Institute of Technology. He also has a Masters degree from the Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University. Besides creating custom medical exhibits and animations, he uses his over twenty years of work experience as a medical artist to write custom proposals and advise clients on content strategy. These days, he divides his spare time between his wonderful wife Bridgett and creating illustrations for a comic book series that his friend wrote.
Meredith graduated from the University of Georgia in 1998 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Biology and a minor in Fine Art. She then moved to NYC where she worked as a scientific illustrator at the American Museum of Natural History. During this time she continued her studies at the Art Student's League. In 2001, she went on to earn her Masters of Arts in Medical Illustration from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Upon graduation in 2003, Meredith joined Medical Legal Art. In addition to creating custom medical exhibits for our clients, she also has lent her expertise in formulating visual content strategy in the form of client proposals, writing animation scripts, and acting as content manager. She has been a certified medical illustrator since 2003. In her spare time, she enjoys riding her horse, trail running, cooking and painting.
Shannon graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in Scientific Illustration. In 2004, she attended classes at the Cleveland Institute of Art and Case Western Reserve University in Medical Illustration and Anatomy. Shannon joined Medical Legal Art in 2005. In addition to creating custom medical exhibits and animations for our clients, she also lends her expertise in formulating visual content strategy in the form of client proposals. In her spare time, she enjoys the outdoors, reading, painting, dancing… wait, she's a mother so she no longer has spare time. She enjoys spending time with her children and if they happen to want to go outdoors, she enjoys that.
Myrna earned a minor in science from Memphis State University, and in 1987 obtained a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree with concentrations in graphic design, illustration and painting from Memphis College of Art, Memphis TN. She completed her Masters of Science in Medical Illustration in 1993 at the Medical College of Georgia (now the Georgia Regens University). After Myrna finished graduate school she returned to her homeland of Puerto Rico as a pioneer in medical illustration where she worked for local surgeons, pharmaceutical companies and advertising agencies. In 1997, she became a full-time graphic designer for the University of Puerto Rico at the Medical Sciences Campus in San Juan, Puerto Rico creating a wide variety of graphic designs for the University catalog, brochures, promotional material, scientific presentations, posters, bulletins, magazines, and here she had the opportunity to introduce some of her skills in medical illustration. She became a Board Certified Medical Illustrator in 2000. In 2001, Myrna moved on to work for IFG Cardiovascular Services under BioMed Visuals & Arts of Puerto Rico to promote the services of medical illustration and design among the medical and scientific community of Puerto Rico for three years before deciding to return to the mainland as a full-time medical legal illustrator. She joined Medical Legal Art in February of 2007. In her spare time, she likes to read, work in the yard and enjoys being involved in her community church.
Leslie graduated from the University of Georgia in 2003 with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in Scientific Illustration. In 2005, she went on to earn her Masters of Arts in Medical Illustration from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She lived and worked in Baltimore, Maryland for a few years before joining Medical Legal Art in 2007. She enjoys working with clients through every step of the MLA process - from consulting and proposal writing to the creation of custom medical exhibits and interactive presentations. She is a Board Certified Medical Illustrator, and an active member of the Association of Medical Illustrators. In her spare time, she can be found knitting, painting, paddling around in her kayak, and traveling to exotic locales.
Katelyn graduated from the University of Georgia in 2011 with a Bachelors in Fine Art in scientific illustration. She continued her education at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas where she graduated in 2013, as the last student of the Biomedical Communications program, with her Masters of Arts in Medical Illustration. Katelyn then joined Medical Legal Art in 2014 and continues to love her line of work. When she is not otherwise occupied, she can most often be found curled up somewhere with a good book.
Damian graduated from the University of South Carolina-Aiken with a Bachelors of Fine Art and a second concentration in science. He completed his Masters of Science in Medical Illustration in 2004 at the Medical College of Georgia (now the Georgia Regents University). After graduating, he spent the next 10 years in Richmond Virginia honing his skills and learning a few new ones before joining Medical Legal Art in 2014. In his spare time he enjoys hiking with his Fiancé Erin, cooking, building hot rods, custom painting automobiles, building houses or playing and singing in bands. At other less fortunate times, he is mowing or cleaning up the garage and studio.
Zachary graduated from Oglethorpe University in 2013 with a B.A. in Studio Art and has plans to further his education in the field of Medical Illustration. He joined Medical Legal Art shortly after graduation, and as production assistant he is in charge of post-production for every custom exhibit, which includes printing and preparing all trial boards for shipment. In addition he helps with managing and fulfilling orders from our online database The Doe Report. When Zach isn't working he's usually exploring Atlanta, drawing, painting or listening to music at an unreasonable volume (sometimes all at once!).