I've worked at British Medical Journal with multimedia, and education for five years.  The Reithian principles of inform educate and entertain stick in my head for all of my projects. A YouTube channel with some things I've worked on can be found here 

I worked on a film for Nature which tried to explain intergenerational sharing via stop motion animation, smarties and a willing team of hand actors...

It was a fun one to work on.

A short neuroscience documentary I made for the Guardian was picked up by a psychology undergraduate ebook publisher, supporting the idea that a journalistic, entertainment approach can really enhance education.

I devised a series of interactive video quizzes that would demonstrate and promote some paywalled content, whilst also making something useful and standalone. It came from taking a structured approach to solving several problems.