Jorge Molina is a forensic artist with a myriad of law enforcement training and experience working for large municipal and state law enforcement agencies. A Texas Ranger forensic artist with the Texas Department of Public Safety since 2011, he previously served for a nearly a decade at Miami-Dade Police Department. In his tenure as a forensic artist, he has assisted in the resolution of hundreds of investigations ranging from robbery to sexual assault to homicide. His fifteen-year career includes over a thousand cases using 2-D, 3-D, and digital forensic imaging techniques. Assorted in scope, his forensic art services include composite drawings from witness descriptions, age-progressed images of wanted fugitives, and reconstructions of facial morphology from unidentified human remains. In addition to forensic art, Jorge continues to pursue fine art training and may be seen at any number of workshops and open figure drawing sessions whenever available.