Apple's Everyone Can Code
Featuring Will Johansson and Tim Kettering
Software Engineers, Lyft, Inc.
Directed, Produced, Edited: Storm Smith
Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD)
Featuring Lauren Ridloff
Actress, Marvel's Eternal, The Walking Dead, and Tony Award Nominee,
Children of a Lesser God
Cinematography and Edited: Storm Smith
Black Lives Matter | Am I Next?
“Am I Next?” is an unfortunate powerful art story where we gathered our Black Deaf individuals in our community to share the heart of what we are feeling and experiencing. It has been an emotional roller coaster of turmoil for the entire nation of us Black people. There is so much pain, injustice in the system and exhaustion. Bringing this to light, we hope this will push the movement of change forward for absolute justice, action, unity, consciousness, and love in this country. At the end of all this, we want to dismantle systematic racism for good. We are counting on you to make that happen. Please free share and forward the video. Written and Produced by Natasha Ofili & Storm Smith Creative Direction by Storm Smith THANK YOU for everyone in Black Deaf Community participated in this and made this beautiful piece happened. #AmINext #BlackLivesMatter #enoughisenough ---- Transcript and Video Description Black background with white text “If you are freely able to: sleep, ride a bike, go for a run, go to the gym, walk the dog, drive to school, work or a nice stroll, tuck your children in bed.. “Then YOU have no idea. Because we CAN’T do ANYTHING FREELY without FEAR. Here’s the most haunting question we have to ask ourselves. Everyday.” In Black and White color tone Side by side of Black female wearing a gray top and Black male wearing a white sweater with graphic tee top signing: “Am I next?” A couple of a Black male wearing a gray top and Black pregnant female wearing a gray top signing: “Am I next? Is our baby next?” A Black male wearing a black vest over a white top & ripped jeans signing: “Am I next?” Side by side of Black female wearing a gray top and Black male wearing a white pattern top with black long sleeves signing: “Am I next?” A Black female wearing a white sweater signing: “Am I next?” A Black female wearing a black top signing “Am I next?” Side by side of Black male wearing a headband with graphic tank top and Black female swearing a light white v-neck sweater with necklace signing: “Am I next?” Side by side of Black male tiny white headband with Gallaudet Bison Basketball graphic tee and Black female signing with black top with pattern bandana: “Am I next?” A Black male wearing hooded signing: “Am I next?” Side by side of Black female wearing a glass with black top and Black male wearing a beanie hat and white sweater signing: “Am I next?” A Black male wearing a black top with chains signing: “Am I next?” A Black female wearing pattern-tone top signing “Am I next?” Side by side of Black male wearing a black turtle neck with glasses and Black female wearing a white top with glasses signing: “Am I next?” A Black female a hat with black sweater signing “Am I next?” Side by side a Back Male wearing a gray hat with black top and a Black Male wearing a graphic tee top Side by side a Back Male wearing a gray top and a Black Male wearing a hat with black button down top Black man sitting down with a black top raises his hands Black background with white text: “We are in fear that our last breath will be sooner than that it should be.“ “Our last breath. This is our reality.” Zoom in collage of black and white photos of Black Deaf people with black bar and white text in the center: “246 years of slavery 1619 - 1886” “99 years of Jim Crow Laws 1865 - 1964” “86 years of lynching 1882 - 1986” “14 years of Civil Rights Movement 1954 - 1968” “316 years of Police Brutality 1706 - ?” Black background with white text: "Black Lives matter. Our Lives Matter Everyday.” “Written and Produced by Natasha Ofili & Storm Smith. Creative Direction by Storm Smith”
Women Basketball players
Little girls look up to older athletes. Our little ones are always looking for someone to look up to. Be that person, that positive and inspiring figure they learn from. Teach them, guide them, motivate them to be their best self. They are our future. Without them, we have no future. Thank you for letting me be there for you Samaya Thank you Storm for capturing such organic content! PLEASE LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE
Presenting #GUAlumniPresents: "We Belong" by Storm Smith, '10
Presenting "We Belong" #GallaudetU is proud to introduce our #GUAlumniPresents series. Check out this one-of-a-kind short film featuring #DeafTalent in front of and behind the camera. "We Belong" was written and directed by Gallaudet University alumna Storm Smith, '10, in collaboration with Bus Door Films and Gallaudet University. Sit back or dance, enjoy, and discover your sense of belonging. Are you an alumni that would like to take part in our #GUAlumniPresents series? Inbox us! #BisonNation150 #GUAlumni #WeBelong