Edmond is a certified medical illustrator and a Fellow of the Association of Medical Illustrators. He received a Bachelor of Science, in Pre Biological Oceanography and Art at the University of Southern Mississippi 1967. Edmond began his career in medical illustration at the University of Texas Medical Schools in Galveston and then in Dallas where he created medical illustration for print and motion media. While in Dallas he also taught for seven years at the Graduate Program in Biomedical Illustration at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. He specializes in the 2D and 3D visualizations of cellular and molecular subjects, pathophysiology, and drug modes-of-actions for pharmaceutical companies, their agencies, and medical publishers. His illustration was heavily influenced by the beauty of the Disney films during his childhood years, and the art of Frank Armitage during his formative years in medical illustration. He is known for his rich sense of color and his uniquely memorable visual solutions to complex subjects. Edmond is the recipient of numerous national and international awards for his illustrations, his work in motion media and natural science photography including the Association of Medical Illustrators, Texas Scientific Communicators, Biological Photographic Association, Health Science Communication Association, New York International Film and Television Festival, Houston International Film Festival, SeaSpace International Underwater Photography Exhibition, and Fort Worth and Austin Addy Awards. Edmond’s work was selected to exhibit in the juried Art of Medicine Exhibition, New York; featured in The Best in Medical Advertising, Rockport Publishers; featured in The Guild Handbook of Scientific Illustration, Van Nostrand Reinhold; and showcased in Kai’s Power Tools and Studio Secrets, IDG Books Worldwide.
Airbrush, Color, 3D
Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biotechnology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, Gastroenterology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, Pharmacology, Respiratory, Virology, Oncology, Mechanism of Action (MOA), Hemophilia