Making of a video at Mizuno: DAY 3

Wednesday was the day that we were to shoot our individual stories. This wasn’t going to happen until lunchtime, so I had the morning to explore a bit. First off, I hit the local Starbucks every morning. On this day, I noticed a cupcake shop, and decided to pop in there. This is what I came home with.
As far as the filming for today goes, the stories are the ones that Mizuno had taken notice of. We were in Powder Springs, outside Atlanta, in a beautiful restored farmhouse. The owners were wonderful people and had quite an entourage of animals. 30 Alpaca’s, Angora bunnies, dogs, and cats.
And who doesn’t like to be scratched behind the ears???
There was a lot of time getting every thing set up in the house, and hours literally shooting film segments. I can’t go into too many details, but my story pertains to my parents and the Memorial Runs I have done for each of them this past year. When the segments are posted by Mizuno, I will forward along the links for anyone who wants to see them. I think it is going to be so cool.. we did many different things in really creative ways. Matt, Michelle, and I all have stories, and some other featured runners were flown in to do a special segment also.  It was great to meet so many new people!
We went well into the night with this shoot. I was lucky enough to leave at 9:30 but filming didn’t wrap up for the others until 1:00am. It was a long day for everyone involved.
(Here’s the link:) Next up: Day 4, at the Mizuno warehouse
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One response to “Making of a video at Mizuno: DAY 3”

  1. Looks like you guys had an awesome time filming! I love the alpacas!!