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After almost 2 years of development and production, we’re thrilled to finally be able to post this project! ...

Together helps TED-Ed explore how scientists have managed to eradicate diseases.   CREDITS DESIGN & DIRECTION: Hector Herrera PRODUCTION: Pazit ...

We once again had the privilege of contributing design, animation and original score for this Ted Ed piece ...

Together: Words + Pictures (and music!) bend it like Beckham in this new short exploring the science of the ...

Animated lesson about spontaneous brain functions.

Short film based on John Lloyd’s RSA talk ‘General Ignorance’.

Short film based on Matthew Taylor’s RSA lecture.

Animated lesson about how new genes emerge. Written by the amazing Carl Zimmer!

Music video for DFA 1979’s highly anticipated new album ‘The Physical World’.

Animated lesson on the permanence of tattoos.

Animated lesson on the science of (reproductive) attraction.

Animated lesson on non-newtonian fluids.

Short video about the interconnectedness of salmon and river flow.

Animated lesson on the way the brain uses energy.

Animated lesson on the importance of Music in Ancient Greece for TED-Ed.

Short video explaining the function of the WWF’s Freshwater Health Assessment initiative.

A video introducing Shape My City: a new platform that helps Torontonians improve their city by connecting residents, ...

Animated lesson on the psychology of First Impressions for TED-Ed.

  Call to action PSA for Toronto’s YMCA.

Animated sequences for the documentary film based on Lt. Gen. Romeo Dallaire’s book of the same name.

Book trailer for Ian Thornton’s charming novel.

Graphic package and animated sequences for an episode of  David Suzuki’s ‘The Nature of Things’.

Video for Maps, a song by singer/songwriter Julie Fader.

  Opening sequence for the documentary film about the history of the written word.

  Video for Toronto’s post-rock outfit Off The International Radar.

Opening sequence for the documentary film by director Mark Terry.

Opening credits for James Wilke’s short film ‘54321’.