We will approach our project by collecting B-roll of actually filming Daniel Dole hammering on the anvil creating something. And then collecting A-roll at his house afterwards because it’s more still and quiet in his house. We’ll edit this out to make the introduction about what his workshop looks like and his finished products. The body will consist of him talking about how he feels and what he likes about his work while showing footage of him during the process of making something. The conclusion will be showing the finished products again and him telling the story of his current life, how he still likes blacksmithing, the hardships that he overcome, and how we can over come our hardships too.
- How do you feel when blacksmithing?
- How do you feel when you finish a large piece?
- What got you into it?
- What is your general process?
- Run us through a day in your life.
- Do you still enjoy it?
- Were you into art when growing up?
- What motivates you?
- Do you compete with Home Depot?
- What are some of your memorial pieces?
- How is iron related to the world?
- How would you compare blacksmithing in the past and today in the modern time?
- What are some of the Hazards in the shop?
- What kind of advice would you give?
- What do you think about the typical image of a strong, muscular, giant guy image of blacksmiths that people view today?