Terry Barner forgets things. The mileposts in Terry’s life are easy to remember, like his current job as a senior video producer at Missouri S&T’s Marketing and Communications Department. Before that he was an award-winning newspaper photojournalist with five different news organizations in Missouri and Florida. But how does someone who spends much of his life with his mental “record” button firmly pressed combat forgetfulness? Simple: (a) Never stop learning. (b) Document your decisive moments and life lessons, good and bad. Share those visual slices of time with individuals God brings into your life. Terry has pressed the symbolic “play” button thousands of times since his college days learning art at Drury University or the nuts and bolts of visual communication at Mizzou’s School of Journalism. Those experiences were a bridge into further learning a whole decade after graduating from high school in Springfield, Mo.While Terry was witnessing events from the front line of history, he would come back with a photo or video made for others but also a different visual slice to remember that day for himself. Terry’s TEDx talk explores the origin of one of those self-assigned projects that was literally a year in the making.