Scientifically accurate models, replicas of molluscs, gastropods, crabs, models of prehistoric animals, in other words models of every kind as displayed in all sophisticated natural history museums and exhibitions. That is my world. Is that your world?
Do you need an accurate, lifelike, enlarged model of an ant, amoeba, tick or longhorn beetle? A model of a plant or a gerrothorax? That is my passion.
If you need a diorama, exhibition graphics or even an entire exhibition layout, with me you will find an innovative solution.
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I have been working in the field of museum design and the building of scientific models for many years. And as in all fields, digitisation has gained ground in design and model building. I was one of the first to become interested in 3D modelling and 3D printing and their use in scientific presentation. You can see some of these models on my website.
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The planning and design of exhibitions also occurs in virtual 3D space. So you can visit them virtually even before the exhibition is built.
However, traditional production techniques continue to be essential. Modern technology has nevertheless become an indispensable supplement to them.
If you would like to find out more, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you ask me how I found myself involved in this interesting and varied work, I can tell you it was, as so often in life, because of a mixture of chance and determination. I have always been interested in drawing and replication. And modelling too. And innovation. In nature, of course. And I had the luck of starting in the Haus der Natur (House of Nature) in Salzburg and gaining experience there. I have also designed exhibitions from planning to implementation. From graphics with paintbrush and airbrush to computer graphics. From sketch to finished natural history model. Materials, plastics, colours, techniques, practice. A wide field of activities opened up.
I have worked for, among others the Natural History Museum in Vienna, the Haus der Natur in Salzburg, the Senckenberg Museum of Natural History in Görlitz, the Museum of Natural History in Münster, the Hohe Tauern National Park, the German Marine Museum in Stralsund, the Botanika in Bremen, the Grossglockner High Alpine Road and other museums in Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Austria.