My sanity has been put to the test. I volunteered to create the opening ceremony video for my university's Relay for Life fundraiser.
A few weeks ago, I was referred to by a friend for someone who was looking to create a promotional video. I kindly stepped back and referred them to our school's video-production program, Greycomm.
I was then approached last week by the Relay for Life committee that I joined this year. One of our brilliant & bright sophomore co-chairs asked me to create the opening ceremony video. I sat on the email for a few days, tinkering back and forth between thoughts about how I've never created a video before and would be completely unsure of how to go about it and how much I'd probably let anyone down.
It's now 12:35am, 8 (technically 7) days until relay, with 2 days left of filming before having to turn my video into Event Services for preparation. I'm feeling rather confident with the footage I've put together so far.
The little moments like these help me remember inspiration usually comes when you're not looking for it.