The London ASE center, a precursor of the Aurora Workspace in Riga, is where Andrew Park learned to do what he does using the method patented by Gail and Matt Taylor. In his TED talk "Making Visual Confectionery"( shortened here, but please see the full version here http://bit.ly/12kXWYl), Andrew visually explains the method, using his own experience of how RSA got started. RSA has become world famous for the powerful animations that depict the most complex problems created in this manner. It is one of the best brief explanations of the Taylor process. He tells the story in a soft, compelling way––with humor–– and at the same time drills down on many important aspects of learning, scribing and collaborative work.