Alumni Josh Koppel ’93 met with grades 3–12 and spoke about how his experience at Parker helped to develop his creative identity and how it has influenced his current work as co-founder and chief creative officer at ScrollMotion. In his presentation, Koppel explained how a crushing defeat while running for President of the Student Government led him and some fellow students to create an underground newspaper at Parker called Citizen Poke. By experimenting creatively with this publication in Parker’s safe environment, Koppel gained the skills and confidence that led him to his current work with ScrollMotion. Koppel then shared some of ScrollMotion’s work with students, including some of the most successful interactive apps on iTunes. Students learned how he and his team digitally recreate the magic of the Harry Potter and Tron: Legacy films, the fantasy of the Disney Princesses and the ways in which apps are currently revolutionizing the publishing industry.