Joanna Culley creates award winning medical and scientific illustration serving a diverse set of national and international clients within the health, medical, pharmaceutical, publishing and biomedical industries. Enabling marketing departments and health educators to enhance their written medical communications by the provision of visually attractive, anatomically precise and trusted, effective medical illustration.

The studio is run by Joanna who is herself a full time professional medical and scientific artist. Operating out of a UK based studio Joanna has built her reputation on her specialty of drawing and painting medical and scientific art in watercolour and pencil alongside the digital mediums. Her realism style retains an artistic approach that clients say they find both beautiful to look at whilst conveying the exact anatomical communication message needed for education and marketing.

A certified medical artist Joanna has received anatomy tuition with professors of anatomy at the Royal College of Surgeons’ in London which has given her a level of understanding of human anatomy that is incorporated into her work.

Most recently awarded projects for 2016 include working on a range of anatomical and physiology illustrations for the anatomica pocket guides within publishing. Providing a complete new bank of illustrations for all of the NHS patient consent forms. Completing medical illustrations on a long-term project for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh for their eLearning systems. Supplying animation for Great Ormond Street Hospital as a patient education video explaining Mitrofanoff surgery.

With the studio also possessing a talented set of artists the studio also supplies photo realistic 3D medical and scientific modelling, 3D illustration and medical animation, as well as creating illustration and written content for digital products such as the iPad, Kindle, Android, App and eLearning systems.

We are an innovative and dedicated team. Always ready to be contacted to discuss projects and creatively take ideas forward.