Chief clinical and forensic photographer
Forensic imaging 3D and 2D.
Cross polarised, UV & IR imaging.
Imaging for bruising analysis specifically in bite marks and patterned injuries.
Image enhancement techniques for forensic analysis.
Specialties: Imaging in patterned injuries, forensic dentistry and bruises and burns.
Clinical and forensic photography
Research in 3D forensic imaging, image enhancement techniques and cross polarization.
Forensic image capture, image preparation and enhancement for analysis
Day to day management of department
Responsible for quality assurance and delivery of photographic service
Development of departmental strategies and goalsDevelopment and management of local protocols and procedures
Management of departmental I.T systems and the departmental digital image workflow system
Departmental procurement responsibilities
3D imaging in forensic odontology
Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine June 12, 2010
This paper describes the investigation of a new 3D capture method for acquiring and subsequent forensic analysis of bite mark injuries on human skin. When documenting bitemarks with standard 2D cameras errors in photographic technique can occur if best practice is not followed. Subsequent forensic analysis of the mark is problematic when a 3D structure is recorded into a 2D space.
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