Qingyang founded QCVisual Studios in 2015. She is a medical illustrator and artist with over 6 years of professional experience.
Her Toronto-based company is built on a foundation of exceptional client service and stunning, accurate visuals.
Qingyang is sought out by clients world-wide, and has completed projects in advertising, patient education, research publication, design, and animation.
Her background in life sciences (HBsc) and medical illustration (MScBMC) enable her to communicate fluently with content experts in numerous specialties.
"In meeting Qingyang the first time, I was quickly inspired to find a project to work with her. She didn’t disappoint. In late 2015, we worked together on a cover illustration for Elsevier Science’s “Guide to the Dissection of the Dog”. She did an exceptional job and made a dissection illustration look absolutely beautiful. Qingyang has a positive and enthusiastic demeanour that makes her very easy to work with. She works quickly while maintaining quality, a combination that is greatly desired in the publishing industry. Qingyang is at the start of a very promising career and I look forward to working with her again."
Jodie Bernard, Owner
Lightbox Visual Communications Inc.
"Working with Qingyang has been seamless and easy. She took on a project with limited and outdated illustrations, sometimes even pencil sketches with very little reference material to go from. She brought these illustrations into the 21st century with more detail and applied a realistic and modern look. It has been exactly what my client wanted. I look forward to working with her on additional illustration needs as they arise.”
Kylene Anderson, Account Manager
Filament Marketing LLC
"Qingyang has worked with me and a team of psychiatrists to help me design and develop the Online Psychiatric Education Network (OPEN), a CPD program that will be run through Women's College Hospital and the University of Toronto. She developed the OPEN website and the first module. She is an outstanding designer and an exceptional medical artist. Qingyang's medical illustrations, graphic narratives, and scientific animation are accurate and beautiful - and she is faster than lightening! She is exceptionally talented, highly professional and always a pleasure to work with.
Dr. Leila Lax,
Assistant Professor, BMC.
The foundation of human anatomy part one: musculoskeletal anatomy
The foundation of human anatomy part two: visceral systems
Functional/advanced neuroanatomy course, lecture, laboratory outline
Principles of human morphology I
Principles of human morphology II
Health Activities: Grades 1-6
Daily Science: Grade 1-6
Instant Science Activities: Grades K-1
Canadian Art Ideas Grades 5+
Media Literacy Activities Grades K-6
The GEA Group
Women's College Hospital
University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine
United Health Network Emergency Medicine