It was the intent of this video to show how teamwork could overcome the impossible. Skoll World Forum approached me for this project, and asked if I could build a card project that looked like the Oxford Camera (a building in Oxford, England), while incredible wind was blowing. The answer was yes and no. The wind you see in the video is real, and the cards are freestanding, and here is the power of selective shooting and editing. This project took a lot longer than it should have because I’d build a bit and then they’d turn on the fans and shoot footage of me working with the wind. It seemed that for every three cards I’d put up, two would blow down—or maybe ten would blow down. Sometimes, just to get the right shot, a huge portion would blow away before they would stop shooting and turn the fans off. For much of the shoot, I felt like I was continually repairing a ruin. In the end, as I finished the project, they captured some great footage and made a truly beautiful video that I’m proud to be a part of.