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A guy in his 40ties sitting on front of his desk filled with screens, loudspeakers and other tech.

I am Dr. Christoph Kuehne, structural biologist turned scientific communicator.

My goal as a 3D/CG generalist is to bring scientific concepts to life. From cellular processes to cosmic nebulae, I create stunning and accurate representations.

Regardless of the target audience, I can distill complex ideas into understandable visuals. With a meticulous attention to detail and a deep passion for scientific communication, I am dedicated to assisting researchers, educators, and corporate clients in conveying their science through engaging and informative 3D animations and illustrations.

I have experience generating imagery for various needs, including research paper figures, journal covers, slide decks, mechanism of action (MOA) animations, and more. Browse through my portfolio below to see select works. If you’d like to get in touch, please reach out via e-mail or connect with me on LinkedIn. I’m looking forward to hearing from you!

Finally, if you want to hear something from me, I invite you to give my sound design reel a listen.


Select Works

Scientific Animation

Scientific Illustration

Sound Design

What does a tumor sound like? Threatening? Visceral? If the tumor is removed, how would the soundscape change? These are important questions, because sound plays a crucial role in 3D animations. It has the power to evoke emotions, create atmosphere, in short: bring life to the visuals.

I strive to create a cohesive and engaging audio experience. Whether it’s spot effects or background ambiences, choosing and cutting music, or integrating the voice-over: I use industry-standard software and techniques to ensure the final product is of the highest standard.

The sound design reel is currently being revised and will be available shortly. In the meantime, you can find examples of my sound design work in the portfolio pieces above.

Various cells with comic sound effects (twop/swish/brzzzz) overlaid on top