I’m currently a senior at University Laboratory High School. This is my fifth year of working with WILL on the Oral History Project. I was involved in two other documentaries before becoming a co-producer of the Counterculture project. Being a producer is most definitely a different experience than being an intern. This is longest I have ever been involved on a project, and overseeing the entire process from the formation of an idea to an actual documentary is an exciting process. I’m extremely grateful to have a wonderful team of interns, and Aishwarya and Sarah to work with! The stories that we have heard from our interviewees promise for a very interesting and thought provoking documentary. I can’t wait to see the final product, and hope that everyone will follow our progress on our blog.
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