The deal is that I'm making 4 music videos, all part of a single narrative. There's 3 different characters in a story influenced by the conflicts in early Christianities between the many different views in the first few centuries after the birth of Christ. I'm not particularly religious, but I think the concept is interesting. It's all electronic music; 3 of the videos will be performance videos based on individual characters, while 1 is more of an overture that will be lip synced. It's ambitious for me; other than interviews and documentary style videos (the longest of which is the Road to ICCA video for the originals), I don't have much experience filming something in super high quality and working toward having a lot of material that can be concentrated into a really intense, passionate project. There's been a little too much wandering, since I've had to put the project aside to focus on stuff that happens only the first week of school (i.e. moving in, Originals auditions, getting ahead of classes) and my weekends have been booked. But I'm very excited for this project; I've been ahead for a while and having the time to sit in the info will make the performances better and more natural.