I’m incredibly proud of the CPR Music Video project because it has the potential to save lives. The project was directed by Julie Starling, an arrhythmia nurse, with the goal of promoting CPR practices among schools in Wales. We wanted to create a fun, engaging video that would resonate with young people and encourage them to learn CPR. We worked on a tight budget and with the help of many friends, but we put a lot of thought and effort into making sure that the video was effective and accurate. We also made sure to get approval from all of the health partners involved to ensure that the video met their standards. Overall, I think that the CPR Music Video project was a great success, and I’m thrilled to have been a part of it.

The CPR Music Project was a complex undertaking that required a lot of time and effort to bring to fruition. In total, it took us two years to develop the project from start to finish. Unfortunately, our progress was slightly delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting restrictions. However, we persevered and worked hard to overcome these obstacles.

One of the most unique aspects of the CPR Music Project is that everything about it is completely original. We didn’t just use an existing song and create a video around it; instead, we commissioned a songwriter to create a new, original song specifically for the project. This required a lot of collaboration between the songwriter, the director, and myself to ensure that the song effectively conveyed the message of the project and was also musically compelling.

In addition to the song, we also had to create all of the visuals for the video from scratch. This included choreographing the dance routines, designing the costumes, and scouting locations for the shoot. We had a lot of talented people involved in the project, and it took a tremendous amount of coordination and planning to make everything come together.