After creating the found footage video, being able to shoot my own video seemed like it would be easy. However, it was not. Well, it wasn't until I found my concept. I decided to look into the concept of the human condition, particularly focusing on curiosity, isolation, and a fear of death. The human condition is supposed to surpass all details like gender, race, and class; it links humans together. What excited me the most about this project was the cooperation I received from my friends. Two people assisted me in the film, Marissa, the actress, also offered to create a small original score for the film with harp. Christy, another friend and vocalist, also offered to collaborate in the musical piece. I feel very lucky that they lent their musical art to my short art film. I may not have used as many filters and transitions as I did in my found footage film, but I do feel like I pushed myself further in other ways using the Final Cut Pro software. I especially appreciated the opacity and overlay features for this project, as I feel it allowed me to express something that would have been potentially difficult in the previous versions of the software. If I could change anything, however, it would be I would have remembered to remove the actress's keys, as they advertise Lawrence University, which places too fine a point on her location, removing ambiguity.