Well ONE SHOT SEASON 2 has come to a close and I wanted to end it off with a little different editing style for a number of reasons; Seeing as how this season was short by a few episodes and I was ending it, i figured I'd change the rules.
*FUN FACT: During the filming of this video, it was 40 degrees outside and I purposely shot without sporting a jacket or any long sleeved wear. I believe the temperature dropped to about 35 degrees while filming*
Season 2 was a struggle to get through and it didn't turn out exactly how I wanted but I made through and learned a lot along the way. I found that the TITOBOYAPPROVED saying "DoWhatULove" to be come truer with every shot I did, it help me to really explore and live it to the fullest. I took time out to connect more with the dancers I've worked with and ended up in deep, long and meaningful conversations, spent hours chilling in the city and just reconnecting. There was so much going on behind the scenes of it all and yes, there were a lot o let downs or should I say empty promises made by a lot of contacts.
I'm easy to work with when it comes to filming and I see it like this, I will not chase anyone to do something they said they wanted to do. When most want to film it's an easy process: They text, call or fb message me giving me dates and times they can film then I work my schedule around to accommodate. This is how I've always worked, it's pretty simple. Through out this season, just like the previous one before, I made this know but like I said...I'm not chasing anyone down to do something they said they wanted to do. With all that said, I look back on season two and I'm thankful for those that stepped up and helped me to make it what it was for they helped to push me in my filming and dancing. I take from this experience and season a lot of positive out looks, great memories and good times as well as setting new aims/goals for future projects. I look forward to continue filming and working with other dancers and making videos for those who enjoy music and dance no matter if they themselves are dancers or not. I hope you enjoy this video and stick around for more to come.
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