About the artist behind 'Medical Art'
Catherine Bone (Sulzmann)
Catherine has been a professional medical illustrator for over a decade, working with a broad range of clients such as pharmaceutical companies, marketing companies, surgeons, radiologists, cardiologists, midwives, osteopaths, art directors, printing houses, and scientific journals.
After finishing her undergraduate in Forensic Science at the University of Central Lancashire in 2004, she obtained a Masters in Forensic Anthropology at Bradford University in 2006. Through drawing for a paper she published on carpal bones in the American Association of Physical Anthropology Journal, she discovered medical illustration and received training in Medical Art with the Medical Artists' Education Trust (MAET) at the Royal College of Surgeons in London.
Five years later she became a tutor with the MAET and has obtained a BETC in teacher training. She especially enjoys passing on her knowledge to the students and has revamped the MAET website (www.maet.org.uk) and produced many online tutorials covering the wide range of skills needed by a medical artist.
Currently she also working on her PhD at Bristol University focusing on the facial reconstruction of hominids.