In my first post, I wrote about my love for storytelling and the path that passion as set me on. Throughout the course of the semester in this class, I have been telling stories and exploring concepts that have intrigued me using a variety of different methods and approaches. I have learned that there is not one method that is better than another, but rather that each individual story has a way that it should be told. During this course, I have gained an even deeper appreciation for the entire production process. The guest speakers have shown me there is still a lot left for me to learn, trying to decide what to cover and how has taught me the importance of thinking critically and actually going out an doing the assignments has taught me that the importance of planning and execution. All of these lessons will undoubtedly continue to serve me in the future and serve as a foundation for continued growth. The assignment that I enjoyed the most was probably the final project, filming Skater Guy was the right amount of challenging and fun, and it used all of the skills that we have been building on from the beginning of the semester. Contrary to that, the assignment that I felt was out of place was the Social Media Analysis piece. I did find the exercise valuable, but I did not really feel like I was creating anything new. If I could start this course again with what I know now, I would have spent even more time planning out the execution of each assignment. I was at times, a little overwhelmed with everything else that was going on and felt like I wasn’t able to do the best work that I could have. Overall I have found the class to be one of the most interesting that I have taken at the university and would highly recommend it to anyone who has an interest in storytelling and multimedia production.