Director Colin Hesterly of Not To Scale has created a cosmic animation about France A. Cordova for science magazine Nautilus.
The video was produced by Not To Scale New York as part of the “Spark of Science” series for Nautilus magazine. Director Colin Hesterly had the opportunity to illustrate the inspiring story of France A. Cordova (director of the National Science Foundation of the United States). Feel free and read more details below the first image.
A cosmic animation that reflects France A. Cordova’s enthusiasm for science and the desire to discover the unknown.
Colin Hesterly decided to combine mesmerizing shades of purple, pink, and blue with highlights of white and bold yellow to encapsulate Cordova’s interview in which she talks about her memories of the first moon landing as well as her amazement at watching a television program about neutron stars and so on. The short animation reflects her boundless curiosity as well as the desire to learn and the never-ending thirst for discovering the unknown. Enjoy the video! Full credits and some stills can be found below the film.
Produced by Not To Scale
Direction, Design, and Composition by Colin Hesterly
Executive Producer: Eve Strickman
Producer: Angela Foster
Art Director: Len Small
Animators: Andy Kennedy, Aaron Kemnitzer, Hyo Bin Kang, Josh Jouppi
Music Supervisor: Ben Davis
Audio Post-production: Peter DuCharme