This chapter analyses interaction involving young people with different linguistic and cultural repertoires who participate in an after-school digital storytelling program. The data were collected as part of an ethnographically informed action/activism research project. Theoretical and methodological tools from ethnomethodology and linguistic anthropology – namely membership categorisation and transidiomatic practices – are used to illuminate the data. The analysis offers insights into participants’ situated and collaborative production of understandings of people and places, in ways that build from but also challenge their preconceived ideas. The data also shows how this social process takes place and is possible through a bricolage of diverse linguistic codes, modalities and media.