Nathan Briner

Nathan Briner

Nathan Briner is a motion graphics producer. Prior to Newsy, he began studying digital storytelling at the University of Missouri and has worked as a freelance digital artist and musician in Columbia, Missouri. He currently studies animation and guitar independently, cultivating his craft of storytelling between visuals and music.

Recent Work
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
Jose Luis Magana / APPolitics

Putting Judge Jackson's Child Pornography Rulings In Context

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden

A Week From First Debate, Polls Are Tight In These Key States

Graphic of hands holding a smartphone

The Regional Dialects Of The Internet

Witch trial
Joseph E. BakerU.S.

The Serious Study of Imaginary Friends

Khalid al-Baidhani is a former translator for the U.S. Army
Megan Smith / NewsyPolitics

U.S. Visas For Iraqi Translators, Their Families Dropped 98% Last Year

Lab coats on a rack
Getty ImagesScience and Health

The Social Science Studies That Can't Be Replicated

Sentencing guidelines graphic
Newsy/Nathan BrinerU.S.

How Judges Consider Gender In Sentencing

Graphic of clothing, shoes, furniture and golf clubs

As Resale Markets Grow, So Has The Need For 'Authenticators'

Newspaper graphic
Newsy/ Nathan BrinerPolitics

Examining Fairness In Cable News

Baby and parent with matching tattoos
Getty ImagesScience and Health

Why Some Scientists Think Newborns Look More Like Their Dads

Brain making connections
National Institute of HealthScience and Health

Memories Shape Brain Developmentā¤ Forgetting Regulates That Process

A cat
Newsy/Nathan BrinerU.S.

The Vivid Inner Worlds Of Animals

Chimps playing with boxes
Getty ImagesU.S.

Our Affinity For Fairness Is Not Unique To Humans

Woman cutting hedges
Getty ImagesU.S.

Starting A Hobby Supercharges Brain Cells

Memorial of Oklahoma City bombing
Getty ImagesU.S.

'Sovereign Citizens' Are Deemed A Serious Threat, Yet Largely Unknown

President Donald Trump
Getty ImagesPolitics

Trump's Responses In Mueller Report Don't Tell Us Much We Didn't Know

Shocked fans
Getty ImagesPolitics

Using Cockroaches And Rotten Food To Tell Liberals From Conservatives

Photos of people missing in Kosovo
Getty ImagesPolitics

Interventionism: America's Original, Unending Debate

Dating app icons
Getty ImagesU.S.

Using The Word 'Love' In A Dating Profile Gets You More Matches

CBD oil next to a bud of marijuana
Sherpa SEOPolitics

CBD Oil: Do We Really Need Cannabis In Our Coffee?

Crow graphic
Newsy/Nathan BrinerScience and Health

A Bird's Brain Has More Neurons Per Square Inch Than A Human's

Augusto Pinochet and George H.W. Bush
Biblioteca del Congreso Nacional de ChileWorld

When The US Decided The Future Of Latin America

College students march across the iconic Edmund Pettis Bridge in Alabama to encourage people to vote in the 2008 election.
Getty ImagesPolitics

African-American Voters Could Be Key to Success for 2020 Democrats

Still from "Roma"
Netflix / Alfonso CuaronPolitics

A Look At The Realities Of Domestic Work Behind Netflix's 'Roma'

Marijuana plants
Getty ImagesPolitics

Marijuana Addiction Is Real Even If It Doesn't Affect Most Users

Senate building in black and white
National ArchivesPolitics

The Power To Pick Senators Once Gave States National Influence

hands crossed cigarette
Getty ImagesScience and Health

The Whole-Person Approach To Opioid Recovery

A man in a beanie working on a laptop at a desk in an open office space
Wikimedia Commons/CrewScience and Health

What Myers Briggs Does (and Doesn't) Say About Your Personality

Baby at mother's arm
Getty ImagesU.S.

The 'Missing Fourth Trimester Theory' Is Popular, But Is It True?

Girl reads a book
Getty ImagesEntertainment

Brain Food: Young Book Lovers Grow Brain Tissue As They Read