This reel shows how I edit footage together to make a scene and tell a story. It also highlights some of my visual effects (vfx) skills.
I’ve edited for Roush Fenway Racing/John Deere and Oscar Mayer.
The resulting videos amassed 11,000-220,000 views.
Showcasing my portrait, product, and event photography, videography, animation, stop motion, social media content creation, web, and multimedia work.
Quality behind-the-scenes videos show your clients the work, equipment, and skill that goes into doing what you do.
Below is a BTS video I shot and edited for 360 Visuals in Huntersville, NC on set of a Harris Teeter project.
Send me your footage and I’ll make it happen. Here is an edit for BNI, one of the world’s largest networking organizations.
I work alongside your style guide to ensure imagery, fonts, and colors are all in line with your company’s branding.
If you don’t have the resources or financial stability just yet to invest in video production services, stock footage video edits are a great alternative.
Based on your company’s needs and the vision for your Facebook ad or video, I’ll surf the web for relevant footage and compile it together into one cohesive video for you. From there, I can add in-video captions, voiceover, and your logo to make the video unique to you.
My edits of this type for clients have reached up to 280,000 views each on Facebook.
These are essentially a one-stop shop product. You provide a script (or I can write one for an additional charge); I shoot the footage, find actors (or step into the role myself), edit audio & video, and add in-video captions.
My Facebook ads for clients have reached up to 20,000-200,000 views each on Facebook.
See the original video (21k+ views) on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1091047011053143
You give me a list of your top tunes; I’ll film the entirety of them during your show and put together a kick-butt band demo video showing your skills off to the world.
I do request that you provide your own audio.
Being a YouTube creator is as viable a career as any in the modern age, and the way the video is edited can make all the difference.
Trimming out the doldrum, boring parts, using J-cuts, adding fun graphics, manipulating video speed, and implementing engaging transitions are a sure way to keep your audience interested.
It’s crucial as a creator who hopes to monetize to only use copyright-free content, especially music. I’m experienced in navigating these waters and avoiding the same three free songs that the majority of creators use – and trust me, that’ll save you a bum-ton of time. (If you’re already using copyrighted material and don’t intend to monetize, we can go crazier with what we add.)
See samples of my comedy videos on my comedy page.