In March, I was at the Faith Moves Festival in Nashville, where my friends and I had been working on a project called Faith Fit.
It was a fashion project that we had worked on before but, this time around, we were putting together a project for a more professional audience.
At the end of the day, we had gotten to a point where we had the project lined up, and we had decided that the next step would be to bring it to an audience.
So, with that in mind, I asked my friend and I, who are both Christians, if we would be willing to take some time off from our lives to help build a website for Faith Fit for those who had been following the site.
We had already started this website when I asked them, and I figured that they would be open to the idea.
So we said yes.
And then it just kind of took off.
We started doing an initial post-production video with some of the people who had contributed to the site, and then, once the project was finalized, we would take that to a professional production company, like the production company we were working with at that point.
And so that’s what we did.
We worked on the video project for about two months and, within that time, we realized that there was an opportunity for us to help the Faith Fit community, so we started working on an interactive video, which was very similar to what the website looked like.
And that was it.
That was how we got started.
So that was really the beginning.
We were not even sure what it would look like.
It didn’t really matter.
It just kindof happened that we did it.
I mean, we kind of just got into it, and it was like a natural progression.
We would do a post-interview, and after that, we sort of kind of figured out how to do the website.
We did it the same way we would do anything else.
We didn’t have a specific deadline.
We had a deadline and a schedule.
We just did it, we did the video, we worked on it.
And we were like, this is it.
We are going to do this.
I am still a big believer in doing things like this because it allows you to see what you have created.
It allows you a sense of what it feels like to be an artist and what you’ve created.
And, I think it’s also a way to get feedback from people.
It’s a way for you to really see how things are going, and to see if it’s working or not.
And I think that that’s really what you want from any artist.
It doesn’t mean that you should never try to do something new.
I think you should always try to keep doing things you love.
And to see how it goes.
And, for me personally, I do feel that that is one of the things that’s different about this project.
I feel like if I had done it a little bit differently, I would have been doing it with a bigger budget and I would probably have had a different timeline.
But, for us, we felt like it was a really good way to kind of see what we had created, and how that went.
And then we realized what we were doing was kind of unique.
And for us as an industry, it kind of makes it easier for people to work with.
It kind of gives us a better sense of how we are doing things.
And people have said that they really like that.
And it’s been great to see.
It was great.
And one of my biggest things about this experience was that we have really enjoyed working with people who have been with Faith Fit, and for us it was really rewarding.
It felt really great to have a good team.
We’ve had great conversations, we’ve had some really good relationships.
And all of that was kindof a blessing in disguise.
And I think for us there was also the sense of relief that we are finally doing this.
I don’t know that I have ever been more proud of this company.
But for us we kindof just felt really good, and the people we’ve worked with, they’ve been awesome.
And they’ve really appreciated the time we’ve spent with them.
And we’re still working on this project, so I know that we still have a lot of work to do.
But I do believe that we’ve done something really good.
We’re definitely going to keep trying to keep making this happen.
I really do.