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Emilie Hempstead, CMI

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Emilie Torres, CMI, believes it is her charge as an artist to decipher complex topics, concisely presenting them. As a medical illustration specialist, she creates compelling graphics for demonstrative litigation, education, and advertising, offering comprehensible visual solutions to difficult medical subjects. Emilie is also an exhibited multimedia painter, creating modern impressionist and abstract expressionist works that convey profound emotions through simple techniques. She is board certified by the Association of Medical Illustrators and maintains membership to the Lehigh Art Alliance in Pennsylvania. Emilie graduated Magna Cum Laude from The Rochester Institute of Technology’s Medical Illustration program in Rochester, NY.

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