What's not to love about making educational animations? Over the past few years, I've been lucky to have worked with TED-Ed on multiple projects. Each project tackles its own unique subject material, making every video a new and rewarding challenge. On a personal level, I've always struggled to learn things quickly, puzzling over trigonometry while everyone else was on to Calculus. The process of taking a concept and breaking it down into fundamental parts, and re-constructing it into a new model (preferably with bright colors and cartoons) is something that I've learned to incorporate into my second nature.
Where stick figures meet the Fed, inflation, and puppies
Biology as told by bright colors and icons
What says "expansive universe" more than whip zooms?
Small things as told by basic geometric shapes
Carbs? Let me draw you a picture.
The return of stick figures and money
A complex history told by a complex diagram
Pistons, colored squares, and overweight stick figures
Flying colors, laser blobs: visual metaphors for music