Great marketing should take your breath away - the bill shouldn't.
Usually, production companies and agencies have to price in a lot of factors. What specialized equipment needs to be rented? How many hours will end up being billed? How many people need to be on the film crew and what is their availability? How much do they need to charge to cover the rent on their trendy office?
It doesn't have to be that way. Isn't there something in between Hollywood production and home video? Agency fees and posters designed in PowerPoint? Yes, there is. From conceptualization to delivery, I serve as your one-stop-shop so you pay for what you need - and nothing else.
Not ready to jump into video? You can still transform your public presence with quality, professional photography. Billing is simple and transparent - $300 for the first hour and $200 for every subsequent hour with a one-hour minimum.
A picture is worth a thousand words. At 24 frames per second, you can say a whole lot by adding background video to your web design.
Got something to say? Cut to the chase with a high-quality video message that doesn't break the bank. Sometimes less is more.
Short of in-person training, video has to be the best way to explain something. In fact, the number of YouTube searches for how-to videos is growing at a rate of 70% per year. Be the helpful hand people need with a professional tutorial.
Tell your story like no one else can. With a miniature documentary, people experience the sights and sounds of your story; they hear your voice and see your smile. Let them see your best side with an engaging mini-doc.
Call it what you want - brand champion, trailer, hype video - few pieces of digital content are more powerful. Cinematic videography, perfect music, compelling voiceover and a burning hunger for more when it's done. There's a reason we love movie trailers so much.
Do you feel like you know what you need to say, but you don't know how to say it? Putting your organization's mission, value, selling proposition or message into words can be frustrating. Leave the writing to me so you can get back to doing what you do best.
Make no mistake, graphic design is a foreign language and translating your brand into a visual identity is equal parts tricky and important. It helps when your project's designer has been advocating for your brand with written words and a camera since the beginning.