Fire Starter’s Camp 2011

At the start of April I was invited to join my youth’s interns on a youth camp for an under 16 group. The point of my being there was to film all the fun we had, and just help out if needed. After a few antics at the church we journeyed north and got to the real fun. Like most camps, the best thing to come out it was a strengthening of relationships with people. I was given the honour of sharing some of my testimony with the group, which is always an interesting experience, and even more fascinating is hearing what people catch on to in your story.   Editing the video was no easy task, I had over three hours of random footage that I had to splice together and melt down into a few minutes. There were so many random funny moments that had to be cut because they just didn’t make sense in the flow of the video. Despite that, I still managed to squeeze in many random moments.   My favourite part has to be the drama part. Editing things to make them seem more dramatic then they actually were is an art form that reality TV shows have been trying to perfect for years, and thanks to the camera constantly rolling I think I caught some fun moments.   What are your favourite things about camps?

Marc Williams

Some say I’m the most handsome man in the world (my mom), others tend to disagree, but one thing is certain – I love to entertain. Whether it be through music, writing, or film, seeing people respond with a smile is worth more than a bag of gold. Figuratively obviously, because smiles are free and gold is very expensive.


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