Animated films introducing and explaining various products from the 10 million member strong question and answer site for programmers.
For Stack Overflow
Commercially available drones could be very effective at detecting land mines. This animation tells the story using an interesting textured style.
Colorful, animated portraits of influential people in the technology sector interviewed on First Contact, a podcast hosted by iHeartRadio.
For Dot Dot Dot Media
Mostly true story about a personal health scare (note the asterisk), told with some humor. Selected by YouTube for their coveted Spotlight feature.
Sort of a visual blueprint for a series set on a strange space station, where the astronauts are mostly concerned with mundane minutiae like the rest of us.
For NBC News
Animated phone interviews of experts explaining various political realities and curiosities ahead of the 2016 Presidential election.
For The 74
Multimedia video investigating and comparing the number of security officers and counselors employed across the American school system.
Animated trailer for a book called The Founders by Richard Whitmire, about innovative schools and the lessons that can be learned from their founders.
Explaining and exploring the topic of robo advisors, or software platforms that manage your investments, with both character work and infographics.
For Money Magazine
Features the illustrated and animated results of an interesting survey of American married couples and their attitudes about money.
On behalf of Vanguard, this almost minimalistic explainer video tackles the differences between exchange traded funds and mutual funds.
A collaboration with visual storytelling consultancy Complex Stories, this customizable promo video for a cyber security firm is a play on Pac-Man.
Editable motion graphics templates for effective and flexible production of dozens of multimedia videos for the 2020 Presidential campaign.
For misc. clients
Shorter, looping clips from a range of client projects not showcased elsewhere on the site, as they are a bit outside the EDLUNDART norm.