Scientific Visualization and Communication



Design & Illustration

Accurate illustrations and compelling layouts that will enhance your posters, figures, and infographics, helping you reach your audience.

3D Modelling & Animation

Creative 3D models and animations that employ editorial stylization and high-fidelity realism as needed to best serve your communication goals.

UX & UI Design

Modern, beautifully designed digital interfaces that enhance the experience of your users and better engage your target audience.

Alex was very professional and open to suggestions in order to ensure that the designs were exactly what we wanted to represent our department. His work was essential to our event and we have had many students and faculty compliment us on his designs.

Vivian Szeto & Scott Frendo-Cumbo

Co-Chairs, Frontiers in Physiology Conference 2018

We were consistently impressed with Alex’s effort and professionalism. He set deadlines to make our vision a reality in a time-efficient manner and was receptive to our feedback throughout the process. We were very pleased with Alex’s work and excited to include it on the cover of rural health issue.

Mazen El-Baba & Mark Lukewich

Editors-in-Chief, University of Toronto Medical Journal 2019






Scaffolding learning using visual complexity in a surgical simulator for TTTS

best in show

Student category

Association of Medical Illustrators Salon, 2020


Interactive media, student category

Association of Medical Illustrators Salon, 2020

Award of excellence
Alan Cole award

Student research scholarships

Vesalius Trust, 2019 


Dr. Rory Windrim and Dr. Julia Kfouri

Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, University of Toronto


Professor Nick Woolridge and Professor Michael Corrin

Biomedical Communications, University of Toronto

About the Project​

Twin-twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS) is a rare, but major complication during monochorionic twin pregnancies. The treatment of choice for TTTS is fetoscopic laser ablation, a complex procedure only performed at specialized surgical centres. My Master's Research Project (MRP) is designed to develop a complex 3D library for a future, full-scale TTTS surgical simulator, while simultaneously exploring visual complexity can be used to scaffold learning.



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