Chalk this one up to time and experience. When I started five years ago, Iâ€™d never really been high up on a construction siteâ€”or in front of a camera for that matter. So I was both terrified and not so great at hiding it. After all this time, Iâ€™m better about both. Iâ€™m still nervous getting on top of a beam 1,200 feet in the airâ€”and, for the record, you would be tooâ€”but I have more faith in the safety precautions, I know from experience Iâ€™ll get through it, and I just donâ€™t let myself bitch and moan as much. But the truth is, like anything, overtime you habituate, you get used to it, and you even begin to enjoy it. And there are times when Iâ€™m shooting a show about a house or a tunnel and quietly lament the fact that thereâ€™s no tower crane to climb or roof to scale.