When you shoot in a rainy forest, bring soup
We knew making a spot for Nature Sourced could involve getting a little muddy. A little dirty (okay — kinda the same thing). And maybe even wet.
Well it was all those things. And a lot wet. But we were prepared.
Our gear was secured Pelican-tight and we kept it dry. And we had plenty of gear to keep ourselves dry. Well, as dry as possible. A warming tent and well placed towels and desiccant when needed did the rest.
And the shoot was memorable. Fun. But the best part was sometimes when the rain was too much to film and we had to take break. And sit around the camp stove with a pot of boiling water on it. And make mugs of cheap, otherwise not that tasty, but in that moment absolutely delicious instant soup.