What type of videos do you shoot?
Do you offer just video editing?
Should I do a voiceover?
First, let’s define that one! A voiceover is a technique used in video where you (or someone who you think has a great voice) reads from a script that goes with the soundtrack of the video. I recommend a voiceover, either an interview style that cuts back from you to other shots or a straight voiceover with b-roll shots over the entire video. I believe a voiceover adds value and creates a more dynamic message for your brand video. It helps to support the visuals that are on screen.
What about the music for my video?
I partner with a subscription based service where I have access to over 30,000 songs so when the video is being edited I will select a track that best supports the work. You can be part of this process if you’d like as well!
What is a storyboard / shot list?
This is basically a dress rehearsal for your video. We will plan general shot ideas, camera angles, locations, outfits, models.
What if I am nervous on camera?
It is totally normal. I understand that part of my job, a big part, is to make you feel as comfortable as possible.
Do you have a teleprompter?
Yes! This can be helpful for clients who are creating online courses and want to be on camera talking for a majority of the videos and need to hit specific topics etc.
How much do you help prepare people?
How far out are you booking?
What do I need to bring to a brand shoot?
Should I book hair and make-up before the shoot?
When do I get to see the video after the shoot?
Can you travel to me?
I travel nationally and internationally.
What type of packages do you offer?
Once you send me a note I will share the different options! Ready to book your session? Click here!