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The start to bandage art
During an interview with dvm360®, artist and emergency department technician in human medicine, Jack Cameron, shared what sparked his passion for bandage art and how this niche fits within the veterinary space.
California native Jack Cameron, emergency department technician at Stanford Health Care (SHC) and founder of Bandage Art, has always carried a torch for art and medicine. In an interview with dvm360®, Cameron revealed how he was able to blend these 2 passions to create bandage art, plus how this unique career path led him into the animal health industry.
View the video below for the entire discussion. The following is a partial transcript:
Jack Cameron: It started with me finding a bunch of the wraps, the Coban or Vet Wrap—whatever you like to call it—and I would make 3D figures out of it. I would do popular characters like Iron Man or Darth Vader [that] I know kids like and I would kind of work on it throughout my breaks all day. Sometimes I would [even] take them home and end up giving them to a kid here or there just to have them associate something medical with something positive.