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August 2, 2017

Roy Scott's bold graphic illustration style brought a much needed zap of color to a feature on financial forecasting in The Society of Actuaries’ publication, The Actuary Magazine. (more)

July 21, 2017

Roy Scott used a colorful graphic style to illustrate a Lifewire.com feature on “Codecs Used in VoIP Apps and Devices.” (more)

July 5, 2017

Roy Scott’s graphic illustration style was a perfect choice for a feature article on Parkinson's Disease that ran on Everyday Health's Website. (more)

June 15, 2017

Roy Scott was commissioned by Wolters Kluwer to create a series of illustrations about Death and Dying. The feature article focused on residents of a retirement community who wished to donate their bodies to science. (more)

June 1, 2017

Roy Scott's graphic photomontage illustration style was the perfect fit for Walden University's Alumni Magazine, which included a feature about two State Teacher of the Year Award-winners who are using their Walden degrees to mold the future of education. (more)

May 4, 2017

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins called on Roy Scott to illustrate a feature on the trials and tribulations of patient families overhearing offhand remarks about care/cost directives from healthcare professionals. (more)

April 19, 2017

Roy Scott created a series of colorful graphic/collage illustrations for Leverage Media, LLC which were used in a financial services client brochure. (more)

March 28, 2017

Roy Scott harnessed the power of color and graphics to illustrate an article for Nursing Magazine about a Children’s Hospital nurse’s concerns with being there for grieving parents.  (more)

March 7, 2017

Roy Scott created photo collage style illustrations for a Wolters Kluwer feature about the overwhelming stress that understaffing causes to a hospital nursing unit. (more)

February 22, 2017

Roy Scott was commissioned by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins to create a graphic illustration solution for an article in a Nursing Magazine on patients who belong to a healthcare-sharing ministry, instead of having traditional health insurance. (more)

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