Using positive reinforcement to promote healthy behaviors and prime communications skills
Editing an NIH-funded Secondary HIV prevention web series
Making movies about technology and values with first generation teens in Chinatown NYC.New York City
Talking media in Detroit
Shooting a parody of "The Breakfast Club," only this one is set in an SRH clinicNew York City
Hey Mikey, he likes it!
Working with high-school teens to produce an internal school ad that addresses sexual harassment
Detroit teens tackling the hypeDetroit, MI
A campaign we produced with adolescents born with HIV
Working with agency staff to build their capacity to work with adolescents
Village Academy Middle School Music Video planning
Hamming it up on the set of PPNYC's "Now U Know" outreach campaign
Shooting "no matter how you ask" - an ad exploring culturally diverse approaches to asking for Consent NYC.New York City
Kenny speaking at the Deeper Well Planned Parenthood Conference St. Louis, MO
there are many ways to ask for consent
Making a parody of Young MA's "OOOUUU" music video that addresses reproductive justice Long Island, NY
"want this cookie?" - a line from a video on consent
Village Academy Middle School Music Video Shoot
Lacota Tribal Leaders learn how to change sexual health behaviors on the reservation in Deadwood, SD
Filming "Just A Guy" web series
From homing pigeons to pocket computers in under 200 years.
This was like our 17th hour of that editing sessionBrooklyn, NY
Our smiley crew...
Our Commercial Director, Joe Leih directing a web series developed for NIH research.New York City
Darryl McDaniels talks to MS 53 Middle School
Standing Rock Sioux Reservation Media Workshop
A lot to consider.
Teens in Jacksonville learn about "Preventing Digital Disasters" - our program for reducing social-media risk
MyMediaLife Workshop Cofacilitator, Emily Hanlen.
Social media use agreements made by teen children of soldiers in Iraq in Florida
Rashad literally invented that thing where you say "facts" after everything you say.
(Not really mean) "mean girls" in Long IslandLong Island, NY
Village Academy Middle School students making a music video about healthy relationship.Far Rockaway, NY
The best dancer I have ever known in person, Thomas.
We love these guys in Niagara Falls
MS 53 Middle School makin moves and movies. Far Rockaway, NY
Matching emojis with their mortal enemy, words.
John Adams High School girls produce a video about LGBTQ harassment in schools.
These guys in Milwaukee creating social media content.Milwaukee, WI
"Kids and their phones these days..." in Detroit.Detroit, MI
Teen Hype, Detroit MI
Run DMC's Darryl McDaniels worked with us on a middle school film projectFar Rockaway, NY
Teens in Long Island teach their peers that overuse of their phones can produce a hormone that stresses you out