What kind of things did you learn making this film?
How to be a businessman. I really feel like I learned so much about the inner workings of the industry. How money works, where it comes from and why, thought processes as far as what the valuable assets are for brands and team managers and stuff. I've learned a lot about that, and I feel like it's a tool that will always help me a little bit. I've gained so much respect for people in the industry who create full-lengths, and I also understand why some of them have stopped doing them as well. I don't really want to stop, but I see why they do. As a rider, I learned a lot too. As far as my previous experience in full-length movies, it was very different. For Prime, I shot for like 10 days, and for Quiet, Please, it was mostly in the winter, so it was really hard. For this I had a full-year, season-to-season edit. I had to figure out when to do certain things, when to try something I could get hurt on and when not to. Just time management generally. It's my most diverse section, so I've learned a lot.