Colin McNally is a graduate of James Madison University with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree and a concentration in Painting & Drawing. McNally graduated in 2009 and shortly after began working in the Forensic Imaging Unit at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. While working at NCMEC, he has received forensic imaging training at the FBI Forensic Facial Imaging lab at Quantico, Virginia and studied digital facial reconstruction from skeletal remains using Freeform at the University of Dundee in Scotland. The primary goal of artists in the NCMEC Forensic Imaging Unit is to create age progressions for long term missing children and facial reconstructions from skeletal remains and post-mortem photographs. NCMEC forensic artists also provide instruction to law enforcement in our techniques. McNally has been a NCMEC forensic artist for ten years and became supervisor of the Forensic Imaging Unit in 2017.