Eben McCue

Artist

Eben McCue is a motion graphics artist who created animated content for the Los Angeles Times. Previously working in Vancouver on a television series, a growing interest in infographics drew him to The Times, where he explored the potential of animated journalism. McCue graduated from Massachusetts College of Art in 2013 with a BFA in animation; he left The Times in February 2017.

Recent Articles

  • She was the PTA mom everyone knew. Who would want to harm her?

    She was the PTA mom everyone knew. Who would want to harm her?

    The cop wanted her car keys. Kelli Peters handed them over. She told herself she had nothing to fear, that all he’d find inside her PT Cruiser was beach sand, dog hair, maybe one of her daughter’s toys.

  • All things Trump

    All things Trump

    How does Clinton or Trump get to 270 electoral votes? Play with our map. Third debate scorecard: Here's who's winning each round All things Clinton | All things Trump Who's endorsing who? Find out which celebrities support each candidate. Find out which Republicans support Donald Trump Get free...

  • All things Clinton

    All things Clinton

    How does Clinton or Trump get to 270 electoral votes? Play with our map. Third debate scorecard: Here's who's winning each round All things Clinton | All things Trump Who's endorsing who? Find out which celebrities support each candidate. Find out which Republicans support Donald Trump Get free...

  • Inside Pulse: A timeline of the night emerges

    Inside Pulse: A timeline of the night emerges

    2:02 a.m.: An off-duty officer working at the nightclub responds to shots at the entrance and exchanges fire with Omar Mateen. Mateen goes inside. 2:04 a.m.: Additional Orlando Police Department officers arrive on the scene after receiving a call regarding multiple shots fired at the nightclub....

  • Without leap years, today would be July 11, 2017

    Without leap years, today would be July 11, 2017

    What happens without leap years? Not much, at least at first. But little by little, the calendar year would get out of sync with the solar year. That’s because our calendar years usually last about 365 days, but it actually takes 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes and 46 seconds for Earth to cycle through...

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