A fighter, a runner, a business man, and his younger doppleganger walked into our black box studio last week.
I sat them down, offered them some water, and then I listened.
Utilizing what is now known as "The Interrotron" (made famous by Errol Morris), we were able to get normal, everyday people, to powerfully reveal their deepest emotions to a piece of glass with my face projected onto it.
We then created a metaphorical world in which each person's story resided. Each world was crafted specifically for each person. We used simple materials in simple ways.
After that, with the following quote from William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, guiding our way, we created a little teaser.
"The greatness of our power lies in the measure of our surrender."
Everyone tells stories differently, but this is how we're doing it these days.