published Sunday, July 14th, 2013

Help us film a day of life in Chattanooga (with video)

One Day in Chattanooga

The Times Free Press is teaming up with you, our readers, on Thursday to document one day of life in Chattanooga.

We want you to film part of your life that day and upload it to YouTube. The Times Free Press will edit the clips into a short film.

We're looking for everyday happenings, like eating dinner with your family or completing a task at work. And we're looking for milestone events, like saying goodbye to a loved one or bringing home a new puppy.

The date, July 18, is arbitrary. But across the city, the day is sure to be filled with the joy, the heartbreak and certainly the tedium, of everyday life. Let's capture it all.

Film horizontally with any camera you have available. Just remember:

• Name your clip "One Day in Chattanooga" on YouTube.

• Include your name, location and time of day in the description.

• Keep it shorter than a minute or two.

• And answer these questions in the clip: What are you afraid of? What are you proud of?

You can join the Facebook event page here. Send questions to Mary Helen Miller at mhmiller@times freepress.com.

about Mary Helen Miller...

Mary Helen Miller joined the staff at the Chattanooga Times Free Press as a multimedia reporter in 2013. She produces audio, video, and graphics for the Web, and occasionally writes stories. Before starting at the Times Free Press, Mary Helen worked as a radio reporter at WUTC, the NPR affiliate station in Chattanooga. She won an Edward R. Murrow award for a story she produced there about the anniversary of the 2011 tornadoes that hit ...

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