EXPLAINING complex RESEARCH
I have worked with scientists, writers, designers and researchers at the American Museum of Natural History, at Yale University, and with Nobel Prize-winning scientists at Rockefeller University to translate highly complex scientific research into interactive stories, animations, films and lectures for the general public.  
The Rockefeller University

Highlight reel – excerpts from interactive modules for The Rockefeller University website. Featuring the work of Rod MacKinnon (2003 Nobel Prize for work on potassium ion channels) and C. David Allis (epigenetics).

Scientific diagrams often illustrate temporal sequences, suggesting a "show" rather than "tell" approach to explanation. By turning these static storyboard-type diagrams into animation, with opportunities to interact, we can make them clearer and more understandable. 
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