Directing a Science Web Series "My Mind's Eye" For Scientific American / by Alexis Gambis

My Mind’s Eye Series launches today on Scientific American with a discussion on consciousness followed by brain-inspired music from The Amygdaloids.
Ned Block is a professor of philosophy, psychology and neural science and is considered a leading thinker on the subject.

What is Consciousness? Go to Video!
Scientific American | Mark Fischetti | January 28, 2013

Wouldn’t it be great to be able to learn about brain and mind from leaders in the field, and be entertained at the same time? Welcome to My Mind’s Eye, a series of interviews about topics such as the mind-body problem, free will, memory, emotion, and on and on, each themed with a song from the rock band, The Amygdaloids. My Mind’s Eye is hosted by NYU neuroscientist, Joseph LeDoux, and directed by Alexis Gambis. The first three interviews are with philosopher Ned Block, cognitive neuroscientist Mike Gazzaniga, and Nobel Prize winning neurobiologist Eric Kandel.