I spent a couple of days at the HI-SEAS Mars simulator in celebration of the mission IV crew leaving the habitat after one year! I’d like to thank NatGeo for making this possible and be on the lookout for a video all about Mars coming soon on Vsauce2.
Having grown up watching Sesame Street it was a great opportunity to get to work with Sesame Studios on a project. I’ve always been interested in creating children’s content long before YouTube even existed.
I’m extremely proud of the Blanket Fort Memory Game and I hope I’m blessed again in the future to make more videos for kids.
Here’s a link to their tweet promoting the video!
Why a video about scurvy? Because it’s actually an incredibly interesting story that teaches us a lot about our world and the understanding of knowledge.
Also, I do not recommend shooting an entire video in a kiddie pool!
I just recently obtained the rights to the mixed media short film I made last year in partnership with 1stAveMachine. I love making short films and it’s something I hope to find the time to do more of in the future. Enjoy!
Back from another outstanding VidCon! Honestly, this was the biggest and best VidCon to date. I’m continually impressed with how much the convention grows each year and all the amazing creators/fans I get to meet.
We did a Vsauce Q&A, a four hour meetup, various panels, a mentorship, and a creator boardroom!
Hope to see you there next year!
Why do we poop and pee in clean water? That was the question I asked myself when starting research for this video. The ensuing weeks led me from poet Sir John Harington to painter Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Thank you to The Hundertwasser Foundation for their help – specifically Doris and Andrea.
Please enjoy the video!
I’d like to thank everyone at The Met for being incredibly gracious, accommodating and helpful in making this video possible. I’d also like to thank the people at Guinness World Records for opening up their incredible vault of collectors to me for use in the A-Z collection montage.
Thanks for watching!
After months of discussion, we finally shot a video at The Metropolitan Museum Of Art in New York City. Everyone that works there was incredibly gracious, helpful and enthusiastic. I can’t wait to see how it all turns out.