About Me


After my graduation from high school with an emphasis in technology I worked as a volunteer for the Landesmusikrat Niedersachsen e. V. (Lower Saxony Music Council). In 2014 I gained my Master of Education in music and physics at the University of Osnabrueck to become a high school teacher. However, during my studies I got to know TeX and fell in love with the great typography it can create.

A portrait of Tobias Weh.

Driven by this fascination I started to work on a second degree in graphic design at the University of Applied Science Bielefeld, where I mainly focussed on typography and corporate design. Since summer 2017 I’m “back to school” as a teacher (in training) at the Gymnasium “in der Wüste” (High School “in the desert”; named by the district) in Osnabrueck.

You will find an extended CV at the downloads section (direct download) and open source at GitHub.


In 2011 I released my first class musuos together with a matching bibliography style biblatex-musuos as a template for papers at the Department of Music of the University of Osnabrück. In the following year the first version of menukeys—a package to print menu sequences and short cuts—was released. Another package of mine is metrix (more) which can be used to add prosodic symbols to (Latin) verses.


  • An overview of my work regarding can be found on CTAN and GitHub.
  • Furthermore, I am an active user at Q&A site TeX.SX.
  • I collect some typographic images at flickr.
  • Follow me on Twitter or visit me on Xing.