After watching 'A brief history of John Baldessari' I liked the style, so wrote a script in a similar way. I'd already found some photos and videos that I'd thought I'd use, so wrote the script round them. In Windows Live Movie Maker, I imported these pictures. Then I asked my grand daughter if she'd do the voice over and arranged a time to meet and record. This meant I used lots of software: Windows Live Movie Maker, Olympus software to create a .dss file for the voice over that I then converted to .wav and imported into Audacity to trim and save as mp3. Then I imported the mp3 into Live Movie Maker and made it fit the photos. To complicate things, and steepen the learning curve, I also video'd my granddaughter, so had to edit that to take the sound out before importing it to the final project.