When I first started out I was involved with

a lot of medical illustration, as Kodak transformed itself so did the work. The medical work decreased and the technical illustrations increased. These were used

for presentations, technical reports, journal articles and book illustrations.

Additionally there always seemed to be plenty of work in information graphics

and way finding systems leading to the design and creation of floor plans for three separate Research complexes.





Three Illustrated books for Kodak:

Organic Photoreceptors for Xerography

by Paul M. Borsenberger


Exact Constraint: Machine Design Using Kinematic Processing

by Douglass L. Blanding


Tunable Laser Optics

by Frank J. Duarte

John E. Dyer

was born in and continues to reside in Rochester, New York


© 2018 John E. Dyer