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April Isch is a scientific illustrator for the Luo mammal paleontology lab at the University of Chicago. Besides traditional and digital illustration, April also works with CT scans of fossils to create 3D printed models and animations.

April has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from University of Vermont and a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Visualization (BVIS) from University of Illinois at Chicago. While in school, her studies ranged from various disciplines of biology such as anatomy, genetics, and mammalogy to chemistry, illustration, 3D modeling, and animation. The work that most engages April exists at the intersection of biology, visual media, and technology.

April does do limited freelance work. To see a curriculum vitae, click here. For further communication, you can reach April at: April.Isch@gmail.com

Contact: April.Isch@gmail.com

Copyright April Isch 2011