You'll see that the spot's title ("Perfect Human") is fitting for the most part...and then there is me
I'll agree to do a spec (even come back early from a getaway) if 1)I believe the quality is going to be professional and if 2)it's for something that I'm aiming to do officially. When I first arrived in the city I booked a print gig for Nike Running and have been wanting to do more of the like ever since. So when I got the call (while on a bus heading towards Boston) for a role in a Nike Running Spec, I could hardly turn it down.
It's a very Nike-esque concept: all different types of people running and the message is there is no "perfect" or better yet "we're all perfect". Whatever...it's a little hard to feel on par standing next to Mr. 6-pack.
Can you see the treadmill? It was a little treacherous running on a applebox-elevated treadmill sans railings, and all the while trying to look hardcore. There were some near wipeouts but luckily nothing full on.