Duties and responsibilities: Medical illustrators produce resources such as photography and graphic images for professionals involved in patient care, teaching, education and research. There are four specialist areas:
- clinical photography;
- graphic design;
- medical art; and
- video graphing
Education: get a masters degree and take challenging courses through out high school, take classes that involve the body like anatomy etc.
Reflection: I personally wouldn’t like to become a medical illustrator because i don’t find it to be interesting. they might get payed good but its not all about the money. I wanna do a job where i will enjoy going to every morning.