Gary Carlson

Gary strives to bring a level of of artfulness to medical and biological illustration that makes it exciting as well as informative. He specializes in translating difficult scientific concepts into clear and lucid images; still and animated. He employs the most advanced desktop technology to create fully 3D imagery that exceed his client's expectations.

Education:  Studied as an undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University. Received both BFA and MFA degrees at California College of Arts.

Gary is a go-to-guy for imaginative, creative concepts. From pencils, through comp development, to final art—he has seen many campaigns from start to finish. Gary was the artist for the launch of many important brands including Crixivan, Singulair, Plavix, Enbrel and Avastin. Journals such as Newsweek, National Geographic and Scientific American have sought him out to visually translate complex biomedical subjects for general understanding.