Galzi Forensics Limited provides forensic imaging services trainings to Law Enforcement, private Forensic Agencies and Museums, such as :
-Facial mapping, facial comparison and analysis, with reports, displays and exhibits for court proceedings;
-Forensic and Archaeological facial reconstructions, 2D and 3D computerized imaging;
-Age progressions of suspects and missing persons;
-Composites sketches of criminal suspects;
-Post-mortem depictions from soft tissue and skeletal remains, partially or fully decomposed.
-Clothing, tattoo and jewelry digital cleaning.
Born in Brazil and raised in France, Paloma Joana Galzi graduated with a degree in fine arts illustration from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco.
She then moved to Scotland to pursue a Master of Science in Forensic Facial Imaging at the University of Dundee, which is the only place in the world offering this graduate program.
She worked for the Museum of Edinburgh in Scotland UK on the “Edinburgh Tram Projects” on 2D and 3D facial reconstructions in 2013 , and worked for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children on facial reconstructions, post mortem depictions and age progressions, in 2015 in Washington DC, USA.
Paloma now based in London works for private worldwide forensic companies as a consultant, provides trainings, and volunteers on occasional cases.
Galzi Forensics was featured on the History Channel 's American Ripper, Episode 3- watch here!---->
THE ART OF FORENSICS: SOLVING FORIDA'S COLD CASES 2016!
IDENTIFICATION ON THE PENNSYLVANIA CASE 2016!
INTERVIEW WITH FORENSIC OUTREATCH
NEW HAMPSHIRE COLD CASE UPDATE, Allenstown, 1985/2000:
The Art of Forensics: Solving Forida's cold cases 2015:
Press Releases 2014- Archeology: