"Letter to My Body" Animated Poem by Elyse Kelly and Joy Ladin | STASH MAGAZINE

“Letter to My Body” Animated Poem by Elyse Kelly and Joy Ladin

Director Elyse Kelly in Washington DC: “Earlier this year I was approached by The On Being Project to be a part of their animated poetry series. ‘Letter to My Body’ was written by Joy Ladin and is an intimate conversation between one’s true self and the body they’ve been given.” [Read more]

The Atlantic The Speech Wars by Elyse Kelly | STASH MAGAZINE

Do Social Media Companies Threaten Democracy?

Director/animator Elyse Kelly’s latest visual story for The Atlantic wraps the issue of how social media companies handle censorship and free speech in a wonderfully fluid and allegorical style. [Read more]

Ahead of 2020, Beware the Deepfake The Atlantic by Elyse Kelly | STASH MAGAZINE

The Atlantic and Elyse Kelly Warn “Beware the Deepfake”

From director Elyse Kelly: “This is the second episode of The Speech Wars, a series for The Atlantic about today’s technology and its impact on freedom of expression.
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Life Up Close: Death-Cap Mushrooms The Atlantic Elyse Kelly | STASH MAGAZINE

Death-Cap Mushrooms are Terrifying and Unstoppable!

Yes, the title sounds like clickbait but this explainer (the first in The Atlantic’s new four-part series called “Life Up Close”) directed by Washington DC’s Elyse Kelly backs up the hype with science and intricate graphics. [Read more]

The Atlantic How Parents Should Discipline Children animated explainer video | STASH MAGAZINE

The Atlantic: “How Parents Should Discipline Children”

The Atlantic: “How Parents Should Discipline Children” animated explainer video [Read more]

It’s Good to Be a Rebel

From the Atlantic: “Most parents dread the day their child is labeled ‘rebellious.’ But Francesca Gino, a professor at Harvard Business School, hopes to change this negative connotation. [Read more]