While others focus on the beauty of a particular shot, or the arc of the narrative, for Tzu Jung “William” Huang ‘14, the attraction of film is in the meticulous process of figuring out how each piece fits perfectly with every other.
That’s what drew the Taiwan native to film making in elementary school, where he started tinkering with Windows Movie Maker during a fifth-grade summer camp, and it’s what has kept him interested enough to learn other editing programs such as Final Cut.
It’s all about starting from nothing, says Mr. Huang, who tends to break into a wide, infectious grin while he talks about his process.
“It’s like building a house from all the raw materials,” he says. “From nothing, to 100 percent done.”