Molly Borman graduated in 1988 from Colorado State University with a Masters of Science in Anatomy and specialization in Biomedical Illustration. While in the program she was a graduate teaching assistant for the human anatomy laboratories for 5 semesters. She was a Staff Medical Illustrator at CSU’s Illustration and Communication service department, 1989-1990. She aided instructing graduate students in CSU’s Biomedical Illustration program from 1990 to 1993 and co-instructed Introduction to Biomedical Illustration, an undergraduate class. From 1990 to the present Molly has been running her own biomedical illustration business. She is a member of the Association of Medical Illustrators.

Her work has appeared primarily in health-related consumer and clinical magazines and books, surgical journals and presentations, college textbooks, advertising, and patient education materials.

Molly takes pride in meeting clients’ visual needs within a pleasant working relationship.



Award of Excellence, 2005 RX Club Show: An Animated Guide to Orthopedic Conditions, Novartis Animal Health.

Award of Excellence, 1997 RX Club Show: The Male Body – An Owners Manual, Rodale Press.

Award of Excellence – Editorial: Dermatology Times, journal cover illustration, 1996 (see “Portfolio” page on this web site, titled “Itch”). AMI salon award.

Certificate of Merit – Medical Color: Normal Healthy Shoulder, 1995. AMI salon award.

Airbrush Excellence Competition, Airbrush Action Magazine, 2nd Place Technical Illustration, 1995.

Award of Excellence – Atlas: Hill’s Atlas of Veterinary Clinical Anatomy, Veterintary Medicine Publishing Co., 1990 (one of 7 artists). AMI salon award.