The nights that are the most challenging are the nights when you learn the most. The students who worked on Q30′s Midnight Madness shoot brought home a bundle of valuable lessons in troubleshooting, teamwork and most importantly, professionalism.
By Sunny Nariyani ’13
General Manager, Q30-TV
Quinnipiac Athletic Department‘s Midnight Madness was beyond madness. With that said, the result of the production was one of the most outstanding I’ve ever seen Q30 create. Veterans and new members alike worked tirelessly to make it a success.
New members stepped up to learn the inner-workings of a remote shoot and all of the equipment. Veterans took their time teaching new members the ropes and worked hard against all of the setbacks we faced with the technical issues of a large-scale shoot.
This was an excellent learning experience for me, especially because it really taught me that even if everything is going against you, that you shouldn’t give up. My team and I did not give up and we produced extraordinary results.
By Kyle Gravitte ’13
Sports Director, Q30-TV
Midnight Madness was a great success for Q30. I received numerous thanks yous and compliments from people on how professional we acted as an organization.
Everyone did an excellent job setting up for the shoot under the short timeline and challenging circumstances. Everyone worked well under the pressure even though we were faced with technical difficulties.
All of our Q30 veterans did an excellent job with showing new members how equipment operates. All the new members stepped up to the plate and took the initiative to learn how to operate the equipment. The two-hour shoot was an all-day event behind the scenes when you account for set-up and break-down. Everyone was amazing for helping to make this a success. I look forward to working with everyone for the upcoming shoots.
You can watch the production here.