Jay Gash | BAVC

Jay Gash

Jay Gash

Staff
Education Coordinator
Jay Gash: BAVC Youth Programs Coordinator

Jay Gash

Staff
Education Coordinator

Jay Gash is an Oakland based photographer, videographer, filmmaker, and visual artist. She attended Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles where she received her BA in Psychology with minors in Art History and Photography. She is currently the Education Coordinator at the Bay Area Video Coalition in San Francisco, where she previous taught Social Media for Social Justice. Over the past two years Jay has been advancing her video production skills thanks to the help of the Multimedia Arts Department at Berkeley City College. There she produced a short film, “SWIPE”, as a final project, which has received recognition at the Wotever DIY Film Festival in London, UK and the 12th Annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival in San Francisco, CA. Jay has previously worked for Aim High, a free summer learning program that closes the opportunity gap for under-resourced middle school youth, where she taught math and two electives: photography and filmmaking. Her teaching experience extends to Beacon Day School, Bridge Academy and Bentley School where she executed similar work amongst diverse populations and trained in restorative justice practices.