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Meet The Team


Paloma Galzi

Paloma holds a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from the California College of Arts in San Francisco, USA. She pursed her studies in Scotland after that, with a master’s degree in Forensic Facial Imaging from the University of Dundee, presently the only place in the world where a full forensic imaging program is offered.


After graduation, she was involved with several archaeological projects and forensic cases across the UK. During her time in there, she was also on the database of the National Crime Agency (UK organization), listed as an Expert Adviser in Forensic Imaging Specialist during her time in London. The NCA fights organized crime, to strengthen their borders, fights fraud and cybercrime, and protects children and young people from sexual abuse and exploitation.

She later interned at The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) in the US, taught and presented her work to media and other associations such as the History Channel.

In 2018, she was hired by The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in the US as one of four full time forensic artists for the company, working solely on children’s cases across the United States. She has been with NCMEC since and has helped in several case recoveries and identifications along the years.

Maggie Florence

Maggie is a freelance forensic artist, born and raised in the Washington D.C. area. An artist all her life, Maggie took a particular interest in using her natural ability to help others.


Maggie became impassioned about forensic art, particularly crimes against children, during her internship with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), 2011. She first learned the process of facial reconstruction while attending the Art of Forensics conferences at the University of South Florida in 2015 and 2016. Maggie credits the USF forensic anthropology department as well as the talented artists at NCMEC for nurturing her desire and growth within the forensic art field. Finding a career that combines her love of art and aptitude for science has been a dream come true.


Maggie holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from James Madison University and a Masters of Science in Forensic Art and Facial Identification from the University of Dundee in Scotland.  While living in the U.K. Maggie contributed to an upcoming publication relating to an update in research on facial identification of the dead.  Maggie is experienced in both archeological and forensic facial reconstruction, age progression, post mortem depiction as well as facial image comparison techniques.


Hannah Isaacs

After achieving a BA honours degree in Illustration from the University of Gloucestershire in 2014, Hannah enrolled in the Masters programme Forensic Art & Facial Identification at the University of Dundee, graduating in 2015. 


Interning in the Forensic Imaging Unit at the National Centre of Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) in 2016, Hannah also participated in a workshop ran by the University of South Florida in association with NCMEC, sculpting the faces onto the skulls of cold cases throughout the state.


In 2017, Hannah worked on several age progression cases for London Metropolitan police. Later that year, hired firstly as a Forensic Administrator for the Fingerprint Bureau, Hannah began working for Thames Valley Police. Quickly, she transitioned to Crime Scene Investigator for the force and made several identifications through evidence collection and detective work.


In 2020, in pursuit to further explore and rediscover a passion she couldn’t quite shake, Hannah left the police and started her own company called Hicreative; a small business offering bespoke prints and artwork and in 2021, is thriving. 


Alongside creating, Hannah works alongside her virtual colleagues Paloma, Maggie and Tatiana to find new and innovative ways to contribute our Forensic Art skills to the public and law enforcement

Tatiana Der Parthogh

Tatiana is an Art Crime Specialist with over eight years’ experience in forensics as a Forensic Artist and Law Enforcement Consultant , advising on forensic cases such as identification of missing persons, archaeological facial reconstruction, art restoration and art crime. 

She holds a BA Hons in Art and Design and an MSc in Forensic Facial Imaging from the University of Dundee. She later received her second Masters in Museology and Art Trafficking from the University of Glasgow, after which she worked in London as an Art Crime professional specialising in Art Restitution and Art Law. 

Tatiana is currently based in Cyprus working as a Graphic Artist and Marketing Specialist and regularly writes articles on Art Crime and Forensic Art.

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