Last Friday, twelve of us finished the final class required for our photojournalism major. We’ve received one of the best visual communication educations available to us, and we’ve been given all of the tools to produce technically perfect photo and video. We’ve learned the mold, and now all that’s left is to push that mold’s boundaries with creativity. For me, then, it seems only fitting that the final project I’d produce for my major would be one that started with no clear direction or end. It’d be a project that wasn’t any part of the mold, but used every technical and storytelling tool I’d been given. I’d love for you to watch it!