ABOUT STREAM STUDIOS
Professional Medical Illustrators led by a
Stream Studios is a medical illustration studio located within the Otolaryngology division of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Stream was founded in 2013 by Dr. Brian Dunham and Eo Trueblood, and has grown with the addition of a new team member, Brittany Bennett, in 2019. We are alumni of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Professional Members of the Association of Medical Illustrators who share a high standard for the quality and accuracy of our work.
Illuminate, Clarify, Evolve: Make a Difference.
BRIAN DUNHAM, MD
Dr. Dunham is a hybrid surgeon and
medical illustrator at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He and Eo Trueblood officially founded the studio in July of 2013. Dr. Dunham serves as the studio’s director and oversees its academic mission.
EO TRUEBLOOD, MA
Co-Founder, Lead Illustrator
Eo leads the team with nearly a decade of experience working closely with surgeons, nurses and researchers, creating custom visual solutions for their specific needs. His work has accompanied groundbreaking advancements at CHOP, with his illustrations being viewed on CNN, BBC, Al Jazir, and Time.com.
Illustrator & 3D Specialist
Brittany joined the team in 2019, bringing along a joy for cell biology, 3D modeling, and graphic design. She is also a member of the CHAMP 3D Printing Lab at CHOP where she assists creation of custom anatomical models. She is passionate about using visual communication to improve health literacy and tasks in the hospital.
OUTREACH & EDUCATION
From STEM to STEAM.
Medical illustration lives at the intersection of art and science. It is a small, cohesive field with great depth of talent. It is not unusual for us to receive requests to present our work and to show how we create that work as well as its underlying functional principles. We both value and enjoy being involved in these educational and outreach projects. We routinely give talks to all age groups within our local and regional communities as well as talks at national meetings. Additionally, we have been involved in efforts to teach drawing to medical students and residents at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.