Make it your own
Getting the most from online tutorials
Every year the Biomedical Communications Alumni Association hosts a small one-day informal event where students, graduates and professors gather and share their recent work, adventures, and achievements. In 2014 I gave a presentation meant to address what I consider to be a bad habit in the art community at large, and address this concern with an example of my suggestion for a better way to develop one’s skills and present work.
Seeing the Invisible Injury
Graduate school Masters Research Project, 2011
As a student at the Biomedical Communications program at the University of Toronto–Mississauga I constructed a short animation explaining the injury biomechanics of mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBIs), more commonly known as concussions. This project involved extensive research into the science of brain injury research and pathophysiology of head trauma.