Himrod discovers his fluency in Hindi!
Over the last couple of weeks, I've been experimenting a bit with bringing back Willoby and Himrod. As a way to introduce people to library and lab employees, our favorite old fuzzy professors routinely accost people at their desk to ask them who they are, what they are working on, as well as something cool …
Here's a farewell to Simon Doolittle, the former lead editor of TCR "The Voice." He'll be missed! Equipment: Canon 7D, Edirol R-09HR, sennheiser lavalier mic
Nabeel Ahmed, a former member of the EdLab, gave a talk about using analytics to improve learning at IBM.
In the fall of 2008, Joachim, Naoko, Tara and I traveled to Japan to visit some cool sites and produce a few interesting videos. Here's a documentary that we produced on young Buddhist monks in Kyoto:
In this mini documentary project, Doug Beacom and I follow kids as they learn claymation, stop motion, and puppetry in an innovative classroom in Brooklyn. Chris Wilson, veteran media teacher, was awesome in letting us capture his class project.
Erin, Molly, Tara and I attended the first-ever Brooklyn Skill Share event--a free DIY event where people could learn to make Kombucha, fix their bike, screen printing basics, magic and balloon animals, as well as many other cool skills...here's a short video I made on the event:
Patrick talks about the new pressible publishing platform in a seminar snapshot.
Here are two new videos of Willoby and Himrod I recently produced with Josh:
Yesterday I had the pleasure of having another terrific shoot at Alfred E. Smith, a vocational high school in the South Bronx that was recently slated to be closed by the Board of Ed. Because of the press and media attention that has surrounded the closure of such an important school, the Board of Ed …