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Carbon Coded is a specialty studio based out of Toronto, Canada. Our studio is passionate about science and visual storytelling, and we’re here to help you tell your story to your audience.


Our clients trust us with their science, because at our core we are scientists as well. We aren’t scared to dive deep into the research in order to gain a fuller understanding of the subject matter and a broader picture of your product. In doing so, we pride ourselves in delivering accurate and thoughtful visualizations that will best help you communicate your message to your audience


We value innovation and creativity. We engage each project as a communications challenge, each with its own target objectives and outcomes. We go beyond delivering beautiful imagery. We create visual designs that can capture the nuances and complexities of your science—designs that can deliver impactful and engaging experiences.

Get in touch with us, and let's see how we can help you bring your next biomedical animation or illustration to life.

Pyramidal Neurons | Science Animation
Geoffrey L Cheung

Founder, Creative Lead

Geoff is an award-winning medical animator and illustrator with over 15 years of experience. He first forayed into medical illustration working for the Anatomy Department at Queen’s University where he obtained his Bacherlor of Science in Life Science. He then graduated from the University of Toronto’s Master of Science in Biomedical Communications. He has since worked in the capacity of illustrator, animator, and art director at various places in the States and Canada, before his newest endeavour of forming Carbon Coded.


Geoff is a frequent collaborator at Digizyme, Inc. and an instructor on the Biomedical Visualization e-Learning site, In addition to those on this site, you can find his works in the digital e-book series, "E.O. Wilson’s Life on Earth." He is also the Lead Editor and creator of the MScBMC Viewbook, a new publication initiative for his alma mater.

Spine Osteoarthritis | 3D Biomedical Animation
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