Natalie Intven, MSc.BMC
I am a Medical and Scientific Illustrator and Media Designer based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Since graduation, I have been working with Imagineering creating illustrations and digital learning solutions for educational publishing. See booklist and links below.
Publications (Imagineering team)
Amerman – Human Anatomy & Physiology
- Art style development, illustrations throughout
- Sample Chapter: Urinary System
- Sample Chapter: Nervous system
Morris – Biology: How Life Works
(W. H. Freeman 2013)
- Art content and style development, illustrations throughout
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2012)
- Lead artist role
- Art style development and colour palette design
- Art direction and content review for each figure
- Illustrated many figures within the book
- This textbook includes over 1100 medical illustrations, originally created by esteemed medical illustrators over many years, and now re-created by illustrators at Imagineering. The 7th edition features a completely revitalized art program with updated rendering styles, a unified colour palette, and enhanced anatomical accuracy. It was such an honour to work on this book!
- Check out the listing at amazon.com to see a preview of the introductory chapter. You can compare the 6th edition preview to get a visual sense of the changes implemented for the enhanced art program in the 7th edition. More info here.
Saladin – Anatomy & Physiology 6e
- Cover illustration (over photo)
(Wolters Kluwer / Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2010)
- Cover Illustration (over photo)
- Many illustrations in the book, including muscle form & function figures
- Look inside the book for a preview at ThePoint
- Watch the authors discuss Human Form, Human Function.
Career Interview for University of Toronto
I was honoured to be interviewed by a great group of U of T students about my work as a Medical Illustrator at Imagineeringart.com, Inc., and the path that led me here, including my education in the Master of Science in Biomedical Communications Program.
Here is a clip about the future of medical and scientific educational media, and how my career in traditional textbook illustration is evolving into the creation of interactive digital learning tools:
Profiling Opportunity – Pathways to the Future (POP) is a video project led by a team of life science students creating original videos that spotlight career possibilities & opportunities for life science students. This is a initiative with the Cell Systems Biology Department and the Faculty of Arts and Science’s Step Forward Program at the University of Toronto.
Student Illustration Gallery (2006-2008)