The department provides a photography (clinical and non-clinical), graphic design, videography, motion graphics and ID badge service to the Trust.
Level A, West Wing.
Ashley qualified as a medical photographer at the University Hospital of Wales (Cardiff) and has worked at the Royal Surrey County Hospital since 1990. He has managed the Medical Illustration department since 1994. Ashley has a special interest in ophthalmic imaging, fluorescein angiography and ophthalmic clinical trials.
After graduating from the University of Sunderland with a degree in Photography, Video and Digital Imaging, Georgina joined the Trust in August 2010 as a Trainee Clinical Photographer and completed her Post-Graduate Qualification in Clinical Photography in May 2012. She became the department’s Senior Clinical Photographer in November 2013. She enjoys working in a busy department, the variety of the work and meeting patients.
In her spare time Georgina enjoys spending time with her family, doing freelance photography and travelling.
Abbie completed her BA (Hons) degree in Photography at the University Centre Farnborough in 2017. From here, Abbie joined the Medical Illustration department in 2018 as a Clinical Photographer.
Maria graduated from BSc (Hons) Clinical photography in 2017 and joined Royal Surrey in December 2019.
Her favourite aspects of the job is theatre and ophthalmic photography, as well as meeting patients from all over the hospital and being able to positively contribute to their journey.
Maria enjoys photography of animals and drawing in her free time.
Anh is a qualified Graphic Designer with over 15 years experience within the creative industry. She joined the Medical Illustration Department in 2012. Anh enjoys working on all projects, especially those involving motion graphics and illustrations.
Sandy joined Royal Surrey in January 2008 as an Administrator & Receptionist after many years working within the fashion and cosmetics retail industry.
Javed started working in the radiology department at Milford Hospital in 1960 and he continues to work five mornings in radiology and two afternoons a week in Medical Illustration.
He started working in medical photography as a photographer/technician when it was based at the old St Luke’s site in the early 1960’s and he has seen a lot of changes both in staff and technology over the past 59 years.