THE HUE COLLECTIVE AT A GLANCE
“We strive to demystify
the ability for children from
rural and urban areas to have
careers in the post-production
and production industry. ”
— The Hue Vision
The entertainment industry is a world of endless possibilities. And at The Hue Collective we want to inspire kids to run, dream and be different.
As a non-profit The Hue Collective focuses on introducing youth of color into the world of production and post-production. Created by A’sia Horne and Keisha Gordon, DeLand natives, the organization strives to demystify the ability for youth from rural and urban areas to have careers in the post-production industry.
OUR 2019 CAMP
The launch of our first initiative, was in partnership with DeLand High School, that introduced 16 students of color to the world of post-production, an industry many kids were unaware of. Students learned from a professional editor and assistant editor, A’sia Horne, how to edit with Adobe Premiere, an industry standard software. They also heard from a speaker who was an on air personality for the local radio station in Orlando and also a visual effects artist who has worked in Hollywood. Both men are from Central Florida. In a weeks time, the students in groups and individually, were impressively able to complete three projects. The final project they shot their own footage from their cells phones and created PSAs and short films. Many students were introduced to the software for the first time. Our staff was smitten on how quickly they were able to pick up the skill sets.
TRAINING WITH CURRENT INDUSTRY SOFTWARE-ADOBE PREMIERE
2019 SUMMER CAMP PARTICIPANTS
GUEST SPEAKERS INCLUDED CURRENT INDUSTRY LEADERS
THE HUE COLLECTIVE 2019 & 2020 FISCAL REPORT
We are growing and being recognized for what we do! We're grateful for donations and we want to make sure we're showing where the money is going. Here's our fiscal report!