Category Archives: Explainer Videos

I got to do another voice-over for a QUIDOS animation this week.  This time, for Expo-Sciences International 2015.  While I have no idea what these kids are saying, it looks like they’re headed for something great! The MILSET Expo-Sciences International (ESI) aim at promoting scientific projects created by children and young people around the World through an exhibition in a multi-cultural … Continue reading

QUIDOS… You know what they are by now, right?  Cute, handmade, paper animation explainer videos made by Francois Grimonprez and Sabine Allaeys at Quidos.net. Maybe you’ve seen the one they recently made with Prince Ea titled “Low Battery“, for his spoken-word video, “Can We Auto-Correct Humanity?“. I’ve been working with Francois for a couple of years now, providing English voice-overs for his adorable … Continue reading

Today I did another voice-over for a Kickstarter project, and it got me thinking about how many of these crowd-funding videos I’ve done. Several of them on Indiegogo as well. It’s an interesting phenomenon, this crowd-funding experience, and every new product/service needs a video to explain how it works. “Explainer videos” are actually one of my favorite genres of voice-over … Continue reading

Another awesome QUIDOS animation video finished – this one for EPHE (EPODE for the Promotion of Health Equity). Let’s promote health equity! Discover the EPHE Project. The EPHE project is a pan-European project (2012-205) co-funded by the European Commission to analyse the added value of the implementation of the EPODE methodology for the reduction of health inequalities (diet & physical … Continue reading

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