Adrian Bobb is a BFA graduate in visual arts from the University of Regina, Canada.
He has worked as a storyboard/concept artist for such shows as Crime Stories and The Re-inventors on the History Channel, as well as many other commercial, video-game and media based projects throughout Canada.
Today he works as a scientific illustrator for McGill Science Outreach where he designs many of the new exhibits for McGill’s Redpath natural history museum and also teaches classes for the entertainment arts at CDI College Pointe-Claire in Montreal, QC. His science illustrations have been published in websites such as Wired.com and Futurity.org.
To date he has written and directed two short films (“For an Eye” in 2006, and “The Carrier” in 2010) and has written, edited, production designed and produced the feature film entitled Redshift (2012) all under his production company name entitled Exocentric Productions. He has also worked as a cinematographer on multiple film projects including Montreal’s Actra Short Film Festival Jury Prize recipients, “Flushing Lacan” in 2010, “Toast” in 2011, and the upcoming short film “Brenda’s friends” in 2012. He is proficient in Photoshop, After Effects, Z-Brush and Illustrator.