As a young man growing up in Kerrville, Mac Coleman knew he wanted to be a professional bronc rider. After winning regional championships in high school and earning a college bronc-riding scholarship, he was well on his way—until Coleman was shot in the face three times with a shotgun. The nineteen-year-old lost his sight, but years later, he started to ride broncs again. In All Around, filmmaker TJ Martinez, then a student in the Department of Radio Television Film at the Moody College of Communication at UT Austin, told Coleman’s story over a season of bronc-riding. Read more about All Around and Martinez’s process here.