We have changed our project quite a bit, it's not going to be anymore to make videos that take look into the lives of under-appreciated members of our community (specifically fisherman), now we want to pitch it to Gaston Acurio to have support from him and possibly help him expand a project he is already doing (buying fish from local fisherman instead of big corporations). So we have to sell our idea TO him. This changes the video completely, its not just attracting a general audience, its focusing on selling it to ONE man. Now me and Gaston go way back, just kidding, I have no clue how to make this video. I mean we have to know his likes and dislikes, his passion toward this projects, his goals. It changes completely the thinking, because we don't want him to think that we are just students looking for extra CAS hours and aren't actually going anywhere with this initiative. We want him to think we are smart, we genuinely care for these people, and we want to make a difference that will last and actually happen, of course somebody like Gaston won't lend his name to something that'll last a month and then disappear leaving people with lost hope.
I think first we have to be completely sure about what we are doing. We have to go meet these fishermen, find a capable solution and then make a proposal. I think the video should come later, like if we actually get him on board and everything, we make a video showing our progress. That or I'll just open my book to the Gaston Acurio section, its quite lengthy.