On April 11, 2012, I went to the Reagan Library with my EX-1, hoping to catch some footage of the beautiful view. Upon asking if they would let me in with the camera, the friendly attendant said, "As long as it doesn't have a flash." So I decided to take the tour carrying the large camera. It was so moving; I found myself crying through most of it. At one point, an ex-secret service who served during Reagan's tenure felt sorry for me and offered me Jelly Belly jelly beans. "Here," he said, "President Reagan would have liked you to have these. They were his favorite." This was more than just a shoot; it was an experience. From the George Washington exhibit to the only visual representation of the Gulags to Ronald Reagan's audio-visual memorial, and even the tour of Air Force One. I learned so much about America that day. The video is not the greatest; some of the rooms were so dark that I had to set the camera on auto or change the gain to capture light, making it grainy. The narration, again, is in Portuguese. The music is not licensed, since this is a project meant to build my portfolio and not for profit. Still, as President Reagan once said, "All in all, not bad. Not bad at all."