This was a class exercise where I was given one minute to tell a story about a location with no dialogue. While thinking about simple iconic locations that carry a beauty and tell a story all their own, I kept coming back to a baseball diamond. Just walking out on the field one can feel the history behind the game. I wanted to capture that with this short film. The idea of the player playing by himself was a representation of my childhood growing up. Moving a lot as a child resulted with my games of "catch" being regulated to throwing a ball up in the air and catching it myself. Sometimes I would add dramatic commentary every now and then to spice things up, using my imagination to drive myself. The idea of being alone yet making the magic of the game come to life is what spearheaded this idea. It's a very simple concept but I think comes off as one of my favorite short films yet. Especially since it's the first film I ever made.