Footage Capture, Compositing,
Post Production

Short-form promotional
video assets, Photo library

Developing a Pipeline of Young Scholars

SMASH Day of Code Photo+Video Shoot

SMASH was one of the earliest STEM education programs created in the United States as a way to prepare students of color for STEM college studies. The very first SMASH site program launched on the University of California, Berkeley campus in 2004, but it follows a decades long legacy of diversity and inclusion advocacy by our founder, Dr. Freada Kapor Klein.

Supported by a small group of technology-focused organizations including our client, the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Atlanta hosted a Day of Code for their K-12 after school students. We gathered photo and video content of the students as they traveled around the building attending a series of stations designed to engage them in age-appropriate educational games and activities that introduced them to coding.