One problem we had was that Tommy was super nervous on the roller coaster and kept stopping the camera, which meant the entire cast and crew had to ride the coaster three or four times to get the 3 seconds you see in the video! Everyone came off that last ride looking a bit green. I also guess-timated the focal length and rented my friend's Zeiss 15mm ZE lens. Turns out it was perfect for the roller coaster and a heck of a great lens. (self-pat-on-the-back)
The gaffer and grip, who shall remain anonymous decided to not show up. So there was a lot of work moving equipment around and keeping track of it all. We were also chasing the winter sun since the director decided to shoot some of the scenes in places where the setting sun was quickly stealing our light. Most of the Park scenes were shot using shiny boards or handheld reflectors to provide some "sunny day" contrast to the images.
Stephen Mickelsen of Bad Cat Films did the final color grade and did a really nice job. The song is a bit bubble gum teeny bopper for my taste, but I think the images sort of match that younger free and fun feel.