1. I designed and animated half of this piece in collaboration with Monstro. I did not choose the name.

    Producer: Dalton Crosthwait
    Design & Animation: Alexander Perry, Michael Wilson
    Sound: Ben Roider

    Software used: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, Maxon Cinema 4D

    Client: http://www.postcarbon.org

    # vimeo.com/48399148 Uploaded 124K Plays 128 Comments
  2. Sequel "World Energy Crisis" - vimeo.com/73562555

    A transition of the worlds energy sources, from dirty to clean.

    Title: SMALL WORLD ENERGY - public service announcement (2011)
    Director: Niles Heckman
    Producer: Lance Menjohnski
    Editor: Jack Linemennosh
    Score: Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto in D minor for Two Violins, Cello, and Strings Op111 No. 11 - Allegro - Adagio e piccato - Allegro

    # vimeo.com/18263510 Uploaded
  3. The 2030 Challenge: Architecture2030.org issued the 2030 Challenge to advocate the reduction of fossil fuels used in construction and operation of new and renovated buildings. Such an initiative would lead to the decrease of Greenhouse Gas emissions from the building sector.

    Spread the word.

    Info: Type infographic created for Architecture2030.org.

    Heather Shelini - heatshe.com
    Role: Animation, Design, Concept, Creative Direction

    Programs: After Effects, Trapcode, Illustrator

    Agency: WD Partners

    # vimeo.com/22971185 Uploaded 16.3K Plays 1 Comment
  4. What started as algebra lessons for his cousins has turned into a world-changing project. Hundreds of thousands of users worldwide have benefited from Sal Khan's friendly, accessible Youtube videos explaining math, science, and other subjects - all at khanacademy.org.

    Sal has a vision of teaching the entire world, for free. His not-for-profit Khan Academy has the mission of "providing a high quality education to anyone, anywhere." In this outstanding Gel video, Sal describes the elements of the good experience he's trying to create.

    More Gel videos: gelconference.com/videos/

    # vimeo.com/11731351 Uploaded
  5. Diagrams are everywhere — from the established conventions of highway signs to the newly emerging visualizations appearing on social networking websites. Most people have a personal experience of diagrams whether drawing directions or figuring out how to operate a new computer. Yet very few people are familiar with how we read or construct diagrams.

    This short film introduces the language of diagrams and their role in visual thinking and communication. As only a film can do, it reveals the vocabulary "in the wild" and in the context of making and using diagrams.
    This pilot film is intended as a teaser for a larger examination diagrams — from patent offices and computer-produced assembly instructions to physics labs and MRIs. Diagrams are an ideal subject for a popular film on a scientific topic because they are both accessible and ubiquitous, providing a great vehicle for initiating a broad public to an essential tool of communication and creativity across all disciplines in science and engineering.

    Distinction: Visionary Grant award 2009, Gordon Research Conference, as part of The Scripps Research Institute's Visualization in Science and Education Grant from NSF. Principal Investigator: Professor Jeff Nickerson of the Stevens Institute of Technology. The award is intended to seed new interdisciplinary research.

    Presentation: Gordon Research Conference on Visualization in Science & Education (July 10-15, 2011).
    Press: "Radical Effects on Learning: Transforming Communities and Practice."
    Credit: The film is based on "Visualizing Thought" by Barbara Tversky. Published in "Topics in Cognitive Science" Volume 3, Issue 3, pages 499–535, July 2011.

    Director: Jane Nisselson, Virtual Beauty
    Music: Pat Irwin
    Camera: Brian Jackson, Shane Sigler, Ian Vollmer

    # vimeo.com/50810215 Uploaded 23.6K Plays 1 Comment




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