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"When developing the story that would become "Shift," I wanted to explore a quiet protagonist - someone who would keep mostly to the background, but eventually would be faced with a choice which could inspire them to take action, and step out of their comfort zone.

From this idea came Bruno the boulder, a literal background element, who through the events of "Shift" is given life and identity, and is challenged to be more than just an observer.

By the end of its development, "Shift" ended up naturally packed with important themes and ideas, including the value of respecting boundaries, as well as the mutual benefit of taking the time to understand somebody else's situation.

If there's one thing I'd like people to get out of "Shift," it's the idea that it's never too late to change, and that nobody should expect themselves to be consistent within their old perspective if they learn something new.

Even if you've been a rock for millions of years, that doesn't diminish the value of your new choices in the present."

"When a simple boulder's peaceful existence is interrupted by the presence of a big rowdy bird, he finds himself forced to make a choice between his own stability and the lives of others."

"Shift" is available now on YouTube!

Check it out!

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