I'm delighted to say we have shot a lot of good stuff.
However, until it is edited we won't know whether we have to shoot more.
We're rather critical of our own work, frequently returning to subjects several times to get just the right shot or sea conditions.
When me, Gordon and Morag are happy, I'll explain all the different subjects we're covering and I expect I'll be able to give full details by early May.
Because the first DVD was designed to look like Gordon's book, the title was the same Sea Kayak with Gordon Brown. On the back, in smaller print, we cautiously wrote the words, 'Volume 1'.
So the title we're working with is not exactly inspired, but seems inescapable: Sea Kayak with Gordon Brown, Volume 2.
However, it's the sub-title to which I've given most thought. For now, I favour Rescues, rough water and staying safe. Goodness knows what it will be in a few months time.
If all goes to plan (a big if!), a cut-down film from the DVD will premier at Paddle '11 in Perth with two showings over the weekend of 22nd and 23rd October.
We also hope to have a few copies to sell at the show too, and we're aiming for a general launch on or around 1st November.
For now, each and every day we shoot throws up a fresh creative challenge. I turn to Gordon and say, "I don't know if this will work - I've never done this before". It is genuinely great fun.
One relatively minor first for me was to stand up in the front of a moving double sea kayak, part of an astonishingly stable raft with Gordon and Rowland Woollven, being towed by clients undergoing 5* training with Skyak Adventures.
It felt like mushing a dog sled! Since I doubt this will make the final DVD I thought I'd post the very short video from the head-mounted GoPro here.