Amy Stump, Forensic Artist, visited the forensic class as a guest lecturer recently. She has worked for various Medical Examiners Offices (including Duval County ME) as well as numerous law enforcement agencies (JSO, Baker, Clay and several out of state) providing forensic sketches of either individuals involved in criminal cases or unidentified persons. She also has extensive experience in digital imaging and photoshop, which she uses to create many of her sketches and reconstructions, and has experience in creating clay facial reconstructions. She has previously worked with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and has extensive training from the FBI Academy in Facial Reconstruction techniques. She came into the Forensic Anthropology class where students learn what information can be obtained from skeletal features to provide the identity of recovered skeletal remains.