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David R Wood




David R Wood started sketching when he was four or five years old and cartooned his way through high school. While in the U. S. Army he'd sketch portraits of soldier's girlfriends and wives from wallet photos and made $1 per sketch.

He graduated from college with a major in biology and a minor in chemistry.

In 1999 he decided to develop 40-years as a portraiture artist to aid law enforcement as a forensic artist. He received training in Scottsdale, AZ, Cleveland, OH, the FBI in Washington DC, northern Idaho, Houston, TX, Wisconsin, and some on-the-job tutoring in LA, Detroit and Houston. He re-certified in April 2003 hosted by the U. S, Secret Service in Beltsville, MD.

His case work has been agencies in Kelso, WA to Europe and major markets between.

David's "day job" is still broadcast production and voice work and a lot of free-lance landscape and portraiture work.

David has been involved with Project EDAN, since the project was started in the summer of 2001, donating his forensic artwork to help in finding the identities of the unknown victims.




Any artist who needs help with a problem area are welcome to call Dave. He'd be happy to aid in their desire to be a contributing artist to the Doenetwork.

He is at
DeerWood Pines Forensic Arts Studio
in Evansville, IN
812-867-1200
Email: policeartist@aol.com




Examples of his work can be seen at Doe Network




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