The opportunity to spend two weeks on the road with Year 10 and 11 History students might not thrill everyone but these kids were awesome. Smart, funny, endlessly curious, even well-read, they made the experience of shooting educational and promotional content for the scholarship scheme a joy, if a little exhausting. And as with so much of Afterglow’s work, there was the opportunity to enter worlds normally off-limits, like the Australian Navy’s Garden Island base, a bizarre recreation of a pre-1900 shoot-out (thanks, Brad), the Navy’s Air Force base south of Nowra, and more. It was a great insight into the thinkers of tomorrow and how they are coping with the tricky demands of the current world.