A story that starts with a fish and ends with neighbors changing the world.
We explore Hudson Guild, a one of a kind community org in the Chelsea, through the experience of the Smith family…
What does a fisherman carry with him as he rides out for his morning catch? A lot more than just hooks and line…
The story of poverty in NYC told through the images of our working neighbors.
This energetic stop-motion calling card video tells the story of EMM’s work supporting refugees…
We visited Haiti to tell the story of 5 amazing women using the tools of small business to transform their lives.
What do you get if you combine dancing chefs, local food and nutrition education?
This letter to host moms everywhere was a blast to create. We use an energetic cast of exchange students…
Meet Nadeem, an amazing Pakistani exchange student who traveled to Montana to share his culture and discover a new family.
A powerful portrait of Arn Chorn Pond, Cambodian musician & peace activist who survived genocide to tell his story.
As AFS-USA looked back on all of the amazing work they did 2011, we helped share the year’s highlights….
A powerful story of the community of Boise ID, coming together to support refugees from around the world as they begin again.
CUNY BA is an amazing program in the CUNY system, where students chart their own academic course.
This is the story of Sharmake, a refugee from Somolia and his American friend Linda.
We follow 3 amazing students to capture that unique Barnard experience.
We traveled all the way to central Kenya to find out what makes a good up of tea.
The tale of two American students who travel to Turkey to learn the language and create bonds that will last a lifetime.
Common Ground Relief continues to rebuild New Orleans.
This project led us to the hidden treasure of the Bronx. The Bronx river!
What do Keyan kids think about on their way to school? We used that question to explore the longing of kids in Kenya…