Welcome to XAVIER STUDIO the biomedical art and animation studio of Kenneth Xavier Probst.

 

About

Founded in 2005, XAVIER STUDIO is the biomedical art and animation studio of Kenneth Xavier Probst.

Kenneth is an Associate Adjunct Professor at the University of California, San Francisco, and is Co-Director of the Multi-Media Division in the Department of Neurological Surgery.

 

Kenneth specializes in medical and scientific illustration and animation for medical device companies, research institutions, teaching hospitals, biotech firms, publishers, and pharmaceutical companies. His studio's work has been featured on the covers of over 80 academic journals and textbooks. Kenneth has published work in hundreds of peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. His comprehensive art programs have been an essential part of the pedagogical success of several bestselling textbooks in Microbiology and Neurovascular Surgery. 

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Since founding XAVIER STUDIO, Kenneth has had the opportunity to team up with incredibly talented freelance artists, animators, and designer who have inspired and enriched his work, and have contributed greatly to XAVIER STUDIO's success:

 

  • Aidan Bokelman
     

  • Noel Sirivansanti
     
  • Justin Klein
     

  • Matt Hasselmann
     

  • Sloan Schwartz
     

  • Steve McCaffery
     

  • Zina Deretsky
     

  • Amy Shroads
     
  • Gary Helfand
     

  • Kelly Finan
     

 

XAVIER STUDIO was built on a foundation in pedagogy, design methodology, and practical experience in traditional and new media. Combined with content expertise, artistry, and mastery in the latest computer generated imagery (CGI), the experience of XAVIER STUDIO is focused on helping our clients meet their marketing and educational goals.

 
 

Clients

Contact

Please contact us for a consultation.

We are also interested in your feedback on our work and the website, or just to say hello.

Address

San Rafael, CA 94903

info@XavierStudio.com

Tel: 415.630.0633

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