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Tobias Colz, freelance visualization artist, architect, and Photographer

Tobias Colz, freelance visualization artist, architect, and Photographer

Published by Leonardo Calcagno

Who are you : 

    …a small but happy fish in a big pond.

    I try to absorb all sounds, colors, and emotions that surround me, to fuel my work with them.

Your current job : 

    Freelance Visualization Artist, Architect, and Photographer.

In which city are you located? 

    I live in the beautiful City of Vienna.

A word to define what kind of worker you are : 

    Calm… on the outside but emotional on the inside.

    Living all ups and downs of a project but keeping it professional.     


What tools are essential to your life (app, software, etc..) 

    Vray, Burgers, Cookies, and Tea 

What does your office space look like? 

    Like an empty apartment. It’s preferably dark in summer and bright in winter.

    When I also manage to keep my girlfriend close, my feet warm and my lucky charms next to me,

    it’s the best place to work.    

What kind of music do you listen when you are working? 

    Whatever gives me the chills, or pumps me late at night.   



Do you have a way to organize your day to maximize your work? 

    I love the good old “to do list” written on paper.

    Side note: minimize Youtube = maximize Work     

What tips would you give to improve productivity? 

    As boring as it sounds…Eat healthy, do sports and keep the same sleeping rhythm.

    Having a cup of green tea and a treat is my afternoon booster.

You’re better than your colleagues to : 

    Not sure if it’s for me to decide if I am better than my colleagues,

    but I always try to improve my skills, simplify my workflow and develop my understanding of fields like color theory or vegetation.    

What is the best advice anyone has given you? 

    For work, it would be: Treat every job like it is the most important one.

    For life, it would be: The more you seek the uncomfortable. The more you will feel comfortable.     

What is your best tip for saving time? 

    Work in small steps and always have a bigger plan.    

    Be creative with the tools you use and don’t let them dictate your workflow.


What is your routine start and end of the day? 

    Opening my eyes and closing my eyes.

Aside from your computer and your phone, what gadget can you not you go without? 

    My Wacom Tablet |