Twenty-two Blue Valley Southwest High School students from Kansas City journeyed to Omaha (with their marketing/broadcast class instructor, of course) to become a video production crew for a day. After three hours of filming at seven different locations, two rounds of edits in four hours and twelve pizzas cashed, the students were ready to showcase their awesome ‘We Don’t Coast’ experiences.
“Omaha has given Make Believe Studios the opportunity they needed to start their business.”
Make Believe Studios, a progressive midwest music studio is striving to cultivate Omaha’s music scene. The studio has hosted national and local artists (like drummer Sput Searight, All Young Girls are Machine Guns and BOTH) and aims to inspire more people to make music.
Learn more about the student’s stay and how this video and the others came to life here.