Wylie Walston, CMI
& Vice-President, Creative Imagery, Inc.
Biomedical, technical, and general visual communications for legal, editorial,
educational, technical, promotional, advertising, and corporate markets.
Capable problem solver, communicator and production strategist, using
interpersonal skills to communicate with the variety of professionals
required to complete the project, large or small. Board certified (CMI)
in medical illustration. Ms. Walston keeps abreast of the current digital
revolution to produce whatever her clients need.
Techniques range from
computer animation and multimedia digital graphics to traditional ink
drawings, carbon dust and airbrush renderings, including storyboard
design and scriptwriting as well with visual plan production.
Products are for print
via books, brochures, and journals; projection via web, multimedia,
slides, and video; and display via posters and three-dimensional models.
from conceptual to representational, depending upon the communication
need and the target audience.
- 1982 - present; Co-owner,
Creative Imagery, Inc., President/Principal Illustrator of Medical and
Legal Imagery Divisions, Creative Imagery, Inc., 2817 Espanola Street,
NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110-3522
- 1982 - 1988; Medical
illustrator/ designer/ supervisor , Biomedical Communications, University
of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, NM
- 1982; M.A. in Biomedical
Communications, U. T. Southwestern Medical Complex, Dallas, TX
- 1977 - 1979; Medical
Research Assistant, including Senior Research Assistant, San Antonio,
- 1975 - 1977;
Research Assistant, Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, La Jolla,
B.S. in Zoology with an unofficial minor in Art, University.of Kentucky,
American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Mosby-Year Book, Inc.,
American Society of Radiologic Technologists, Williams & Wilkins, Institute
in Basic Life Sciences, W.C. Brown, UNM Press, Martinus Nijhoff Publishing,
Yearbook Medical Publishing, Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular
Surgery, Neuropsychologia, Veterinary Economics, Archives Surgery, Clinical
Pediatrics, Annals of Emergency Medicine, Spectrum, Endoscopy Review,
Award of Excellence 1992, Association of Medical Illustrators,
Category: Book. Best of Show 1989-90 and Distinguished Technical
Communication Award, New Mexico Kachina Chapter of the Society for
Technical Communication, Category: Book. Second Place, 1981, Association
of Medical Illustrators, Category: student color illustration.
Association of Medical Illustrators
Rio Grande SIGGRAPH
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