Medics Medical Graphic Services
440 E. 3rd St.
Moorestown, NJ 08057
Linus Pauling, two-time Nobel Prize winner and founder of the fields of Quantum Chemistry and Molecular Biology once said "I realized at the time that my original ideas in the field of science usually came or perhaps always came from my having a picture or model relating to some phenomenon." The important synergy between the visualization of science and the progress of science goes back thousands of years. There is nothing more gratifying to me than to effectively communicate a complex medical or scientific concept so that others can understand it.
Ethan Geehr is a native of suburban Philadelphia. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Muhlenberg College, studied art at the Philadelphia College of Art (now the University of the Arts), and received his Master of Fine Arts degree in Medical and Biological Illustration from the University of Michigan. He is a classically trained artist who has adapted his traditional skills in pen & ink, carbon dust, pencil, gauche, watercolor, acrylic, colored pencils, and airbrush, to the digital environment. Mr. Geehr has worked in a wide range of settings, from large production units within an academic setting at the University of Michigan and University of Texas Health Science Centers, to small businesses in Atlantic City. He has been the owner of his own illustration business since 1991. Ethan’s work is primarily 2-dimensional, although he has started to dabble in 3-D animation and model creation. He has created illustrations for text and journal publications, product brochures, magazine articles, interactive multimedia, and animation. He has extensive experience in creating illustration for trial, creating more than 4000 trial exhibits in his 30-year career. His clients include publishers, ad agencies, medical product manufacturers, biopharmaceutical firms, surgeons, researchers, and law firms. He has won awards from the Association of Medical Illustrators and the Society of Illustrators. Ethan has lectured or taught colleagues and students on a wide range of topics including business practices, Corel Painter software, medical-legal illustration, copyright, and the profession of medical illustration, and has served as mentor to college students and newly inducted professional members of the Association of Medical Illustrators. He regularly talks about his profession at Science Days in the Moorestown School District. Mr. Geehr is a Professional Member and Fellow of the Association of Medical Illustrators and is a Certified Medical Illustrator. He has been a member of the Board of Governors of the AMI and served as Chair of the Board of Governors. He currently is the Chair of the Speaker’s Bureau for the AMI as well as a member of the Mentorship, Artist Rights, Finance, and Bylaws Committees of the Association. He is represented by Ken Leyden at Leyden Diversified: leydendiversified.com