On Friday, just passed, I had the opportunity to head out of the sheltered workshop that is RMIT’s city campus and do some filming in an almost to picturesque beach on the Mornington Peninsula.
The experience was terrific and one that has helped me figure out that I never want to work in an office again. The combination of being outside and documenting a moment in time felt like you were doing real work.
Although it is challenging , tiring and really has the ability to drain your soul, the reward you receive at the end of the filming is great. I also found a new love for editing that I knew nothing of before. It is painstaking and hold true to the old addage ‘the cutting room floor’ but when pieced all together, you feel like you have done something to make sure that that day was just like any other day, it was a day that was documented.