For my March project, I did a package on my sister, who is a gymnast at All American. We teamed up with HEC-TV again to do a show on speed and brain power. I visualized the project a little bit differently than it had turned out, but everything worked out well in the end. I filmed shots of her on the beam, the vault, and the floor. It was sometimes difficult to get the shots I wanted, or needed, because I was confined to a small space, to keep out of the way of the practice. The interview was difficult because I couldn't always get her to restate the questions, or they'd be very simple answers, and I'd ask her to explain, or tell me more, but that didn't help. Than I thought I'd find facts on how a gymnast's brain works. It isn't that easy. There's no specific answer because every gymnast is different. A common pattern I kept reading about was repetition, concentration, and visualization, and how they are all very helpful in the sport. I voiced over some facts on those categories, and it the end it came together. If I could go back and get better shots I defiantly would, but there's not always time, or the opportunity to do so. From this I learned that I need to get as many variety shots as possible while the camera is in the same spot, and try to relate more to the interviewee, or get an understanding of how they can and cannot answer questions.