Hi, I’m Natalie.
I believe that art is for everyone.
Whether you create it, appreciate it, or learn from it, art is a universal language that connects us all.
For freelance illustration and art commission inquiries, email me at email@example.com.
As an illustrator and designer, I have over a decade of experience creating high-quality visual content for both print and digital platforms. With a background in Human Kinetics and a Masters of Science in Biomedical Communications, I specialize in detailed Anatomy & Physiology illustrations for educational publishing. I love continuing to learn about the human body and the world that we live in. I also illustrate biology, chemistry, and environmental science content for both scientific research and education. From initial concept to research to sketch to final rendering techniques, I create accurate and beautiful visual tools for teaching and learning. Beyond the book, I have experience with interactive media design, scientific scriptwriting, storyboarding, and 2D animation.
Although much of my work centres around medical illustration, I also work and play in design, lettering, photography, and creating art in both digital and traditional media to celebrate a love for animals and nature. My artistic passions include animal portraits, creative cakes, and creating art with kids to enhance their art education and spark creativity during these challenging times.
Portfolios and Creative Services
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Masters of Science in Biomedical Communications
University of Toronto, 2006–2008
Honours Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics
University of Guelph, 2001–2005
SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS
2008 – B.C. Decker Media Design Award
2008 – Vesalius Trust Student Research Grant
2007 – Pain M2C: A CIHR Strategic Training Program on Pain
2006 – U of T Open Fellowship for academic standing
Science and nature illustration
Custom art creation
Anatomical accuracy review
Scientific script writing
Colouring page design
Adobe After Effects
Pen & ink
All images © Natalie Intven unless otherwise credited.