Project Gallery

Hothouse students in Guatemala.
The project gallery showcases some of the finished works from this course


These five vignettes were commissioned by BU’s AdLab to explain the roles within the student-run advertising agency. The series won the Student Production Award in the Commercial category from the Boston/New England chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Urbanity Dance

This video showcases the range of classes that Urbanity Dance offers to a variety of ages and abilities.

Kid Mango

In Guatemala, Amigos de Santa Cruz is working with families to help them make healthy choices. In this video, a child is being encouraged to eat fresh fruit, not a sugared drink.

Six Hothouse Amigos

This video is about the making of a Hothouse video in Guatemala. It shows how teamwork works.

Amigos de Santa Cruz

This Hothouse video was for Amigos de Santa Cruz, an education center in Guatemala.

Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project Corporate

Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project, a Boston organization which helps asylum seekers.

PAIR Project Profile

This moving Hothouse video shows how the Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project helps individuals once they arrive in America.

Now You Know

Now You Know is an anti-slavery public service announcement that addresses three forms of human trafficking: commercial sexual exploitation, domestic servitude, and forced labor in the supply chain.

The Making Of “Now You Know”

In 2013, Hothouse teamed up with The NO Project to produce a two minute PSA to create global awareness about modern slavery. This video is a behind-the-scenes look of the making of “Now You Know.”


iCater is a Boston Based, award-winning social enterprise catering company.

Esperanza Academy

Esperanza Academy is a tuition-free, lottery-based, independent middle school serving girls from Lawrence, Massachusetts.

The Massachusetts Center for Unexpected Infant & Child Death

The Center provides support to families, communities and professionals after the unexpected death of a child 3 years old and younger. This video received the Student Production Award for Community Service/Public Affairs from the Boston/New England chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Past Productions