SHIPPING ALERT! At the Governor’s request, our physical office in Dallas, TX will be closed until further notice, with our medical illustrators working from home. 

Please do not ship or mail anything to the Dallas address. 

We encourage everyone to send case materials digitally using our secure HIPAA compliant server via our website’s “FILE UPLOAD” option on our homepage or by using an individual ShareFile link that we can provide via email. Medical records that are limited in size may also be faxed to 804-323-9632. All physical shipments should go to our Richmond, VA office, address is located at the bottom of the website, until further notice.

Paul Gross, MS, CMI, FAMI

Senior Medical Illustrator 

Visual Consultant  


Medical College of Georgia, 1983-1986

Master of Science in Medical Illustration


Cornell University, 1979-1983

Bachelor of Science in Biology


Parsons School of Design, 1981

Coursework in Illustration


Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI)

Professional Member since 1983, Board Certified Medical Illustrator (CMI) since 1994, Fellow (FAMI) since 1999, Chairman of the AMI Board 1999-2000




Paul currently serves as a primary case consultant/strategist and project director in production for MediVisuals. He joined MediVisuals in 1999 after working as a freelance medical illustrator in Seattle, WA, an associate professor at Ohio State, and 12 years at Vanderbilt University where he was the Senior Illustrator and Supervisor of the Illustration Department. Paul has co-authored and illustrated many medical journal articles and books. He has won numerous AMI awards in line art, color projection, and medical-legal illustration categories.




Paul is an avid hiker/camper and served as a Scoutmaster for years in the Heart of Virginia Council. His freelance illustration jobs include a series of illustrated Bible books for Thomas Nelson Publishers. He and his son, an art director in Seattle, have painted multiple murals in their church. Paul teaches an English as a Second Language Bible class to immigrants in the Richmond area.