St. Paul Alumnus Creates Stop Motion for Solar Eclipse

St. Paul alumnus Tiger Dulaney (now an eighth grader at Christ Presbyterian Academy) has been featured on several television platforms for his stop motion creations about the Great Solar Eclipse of 2017! His stop motion shorts explain the truth about a solar eclipse and some myths throughout history. These videos were featured on Janet's Planet, a children's television show on PBS, as well as WKRN News Channel 2! His mom was quick to admit that Tiger has always loved filming, and found his love for videography at a very young age. He was even filming short videos while at St. Paul in our technology classes. We are so proud of Tiger's drive to pursue his interests, and think the media coverage is well-deserved! Be sure to click on all the links below to see his videos on YouTube! Way to go, Tiger! #AlwaysSPSaints

WKRN CoverageJanet's Planet: Eclipse MythsJanet's Planet: Solar Eclipse

 

UPDATE: December 2017

A huge congratulations to Tiger Dulaney for his nomination for the 32nd Annual Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards in the Informational/Instructional Series category! We posted about Tiger's stop motion films in August before the eclipse. This is such a huge accomplishment and we are so proud of you!