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Welcome

  • IMS Magazine Design Team

  • Toronto Notes Illustration Editor and illustrator

  • Biosynergy Graphics Team

  • Illustrations

  • 3D Modeling

  • Animation/Design

What I do

My name is Tobi and I am a biomedical visualization artist in Toronto, Canada. I recently graduated from the Biomedical Communications program at the University of Toronto.

 

Biomedical Communications is an interdisciplinary field that bridges science, art, and visual communication. With a good understanding of both the scientific content and the various approaches for bringing that information to life, we can work together to create effective visualizations.

What I can do for you

Biomedical visualization encompasses many media, including illustrations, graphics, and layout designs, 3D modeling, storyboards, animatics, and video. Feel free to browse through my portfolio and projects to see examples of past and current work.

 

Thank you for dropping by. Contact me any time. I would love to collaborate with you on your next project.

 

Biomedical Visualizations

Thinking outside the box. Bringing science to life.

 

Figures for manuscript publication. Journal Covers. Text book illustrations. Animations for conferences. Recount events and processes. Update lecture slides. Websites and interfaces. Resources for patient education. Poster presentations. Magazine and article spreads. And much much more.

Illustrations

Traditional illustrations are created for diagrams, instructional material, textbooks, or lecture projections. The level of detail can be made to the audience and purpose.

3D Modeling

Three-dimensional models help to explain the structure of organs and anatomy, as well as their relationships. By adding color, texture, and materials, models become as realistic as possible. These can be rendered out as still images, interactive modules, or animated in 3D space.

Animation and Design

Stories can be told and events can be explained in a sequential animation. Design projects can enhance your graphics and help create interesting scientific material.