If you have a few extra minutes this month, take a walk to the UW Hospital between the J and K elevators (near the cafeteria), and check out the Media Solutions exhibit entitled
. The collection of ten selected photo, design, and illustration projects will be on display during the month of November 2021. Bringing Your Ideas to Life
You can see whole exhibit together above, and read more about each piece in the gallery below.
We appreciate the opportunity to showcase our creative work. Big thanks to UW Health art coordinator, Mandy Kron, for choosing to feature our unit.
Photographer Todd Brown captured this image of a researcher working to transfer cell cultures under a fume hood in one of the many laboratories housed within the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research.
Katie Stanley created a scientific figure illustrating a client’s research on factors influencing the biology of the female rat’s mammary gland.
Creative director and designer, Sarah Page, works with the School of Nursing communications team biannually on their ForwardNursing magazine project which is circulated to about 14,000 alumni and peer institutions. Shown above is the Spring 2021 issue.
Photographer Pathum Karunaratne captured this action shot of the UW Marching Band bass line members ‘panda-ing’ on their way to a pep rally at the 2020 Rose Bowl celebration.
Creative director and designer, Sarah Page, and website designer, S.V. (Sue) Medaris, worked collaboratively to bring the New to Public Health Residency Program brand to life! In the piece above, you will see the results of the logo design process, icon design, and website design and development.
Designer and illustrator, S.V. (Sue) Medaris, worked with AgrAbility of Wisconsin to develop a flexible, full-page infographic containing a series of farm illustrations and icons creatively describing their mission and clients.
Newly-minted graduates of the School of Medicine and Public Health Class of 2015 pose for photos during the post-ceremony reception at Union South. Photographer Todd Brown enjoys capturing the excitement and emotion of these celebratory events.
Illustrator Katie Stanley created a series of medical illustrations that show the brain’s surface and vascular anatomy.
The Department of Anesthesiology wished to create a department profile that would give a visual overview of the program for peers, prospective faculty and students. Todd Brown art directed the entire project, designed the booklet, and photographed a majority of the included photos.
Photographer Todd Brown snapped this shot of a Department of Family Medicine and Community Health resident physician examining pediatric patients at one of the department’s academic partner residency program clinics.