Here's a picture I found on my computer, made by one of my awesome colleague at my internship last fall. It was at a classical concert, live broadcasted from a church in Enschede. It was an immensely great experience working together with five other camera's and the people in the directorstruck (does that sound right to you?) even with a big cliffhanger when a few minutes before we went live, a big technical problem appeared. Two out of five camera's went blanc! But with a few seconds to spear, we solved the problem and had an excellent show.
Definitely want to take on the directors-role the next time.
EDIT: When I look back now, it was a very learnfull experience. But it still has a bit of a bitter-sweat taste for me. I was hired as an animator, but in the end didn't get the oppertunity to animate as much as I would have liked to. But! I managed in my ever so rarely spare time to do some personal work ---->Monster Walk