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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Brandon Keehner

M.S. in Medical Illustration, Georgia Regents University (formerly MCG), May 2013
Science Curriculum
Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Histology,
Pathology, Surgical Techniques
Illustration & Animation Curriculum
Traditional Medical Illustration Techniques,
Surgical Observation & Sketching
Digital Media: Illustrator, Photoshop, After
Effects, Flash, Cinema 4D, Corel Painter,
B.A. Biological/Pre­Medical Illustration, Iowa State University, December 2005
Science Curriculum
Biology, Anatomy, Comparative
Chordate Anatomy, Chemistry,
Dendrology, Medical Entomology
Art Curriculum
Drawing, Life Drawing, Oil Painting,
Watercolor Painting, Photography, Adobe
Photoshop, Illustrator, Cinema 4D

Employment History
Illustrator, Paul McNeil, Ph.D., 3 illustrations published in Physiological Review, January 2013
Assistant manager, Half Price Books, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, April 10, 2006­August 2012
Artist ­ Iowa Artisans Gallery, Iowa City, Iowa, August 2008­Present
Digital Compositor and Animator, Grasshorse, Mount Pleasant, Iowa, August 2009­May 2010
Artist – Galleria Imago Dei, Fairfield, Iowa, December 2007­August 2008
Archeological Illustration Intern, The Field Museum, Oaxaca, Mexico, April­July 2005
Biological Science Aid, USDA­ARS North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station, Ames,
Iowa, May 2004–December 2005

Honors and Activities
Association of Medical Illustrators Student Member
AMI Student Salon, Toronto, 2012
Graduated with Honors, Iowa State University, December 2005
Liberal Arts and Sciences College Representative, Iowa State University, 2003­2005
BPMI Club, Iowa State University, 2002­2005
Golden Key Honor Society, Inducted 2003
National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Inducted 2002

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