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With over fifteen years experience in video production, I have the knowledge and expertise necessary to develop your message into engaging video. Working independently means I have the flexibility to tailor my approach to your specific needs from initial concept to final delivery, making the production process enjoyable and hassle-free.
Video is an increasingly essential tool for internal, B2B and B2C communications such as conferences, training, marketing and web content. It’s also a perfect way to captivate your audience in a memorable and emotive style which can’t be matched by other media.
With many years of practical experience and having been trained in all aspects of video production, I have a clear understanding of how the varied roles relate to and affect each other, as well as what steps can be taken to ensure an easy workflow.
I’ve worked on videos for a diverse selection of private, public and non-profit end clients, and my work spans a vast range of industries including the automotive, medical and financial sectors, communications, energy and leisure. These videos serve all manner of purposes, including training, conferences, promotional campaigns, education and artistic projects.
Video production is often about delivering a message as clearly and efficiently as possible, but if style and personality are ignored, an audience can easily be lost. Although I adhere to the maxim ‘content is king’, I also know where and when to spend a little extra effort, adding value in the details of a production for greater impact and return. After all, charm can make a logical argument considerably more persuasive.
Outside working hours I enjoy experimenting with creative and artistic video content. To date, my ten most popular web virals average over 15,000 plays and a selection of my cutups were recently screened at Remix Cinema’s Bonus Tracks event at Modern Art Oxford alongside London Poetry Systems and Zan Lyons. My feature-length work has also been well received – I worked as an editor on the feature, Duke Vin and the Birth of Ska, which was nominated for Best Documentary at the St Kilda Film Festival.
I’m also a great supporter of video creativity, from managing the live visuals for the past three years at the Audioscope music festival to curating Vimeo’s Lab Partner channel. With over 1,000 subscribers, the Lab Partner collection also spawned a spin-off cinema event at the Ultimate Picture Palace in Oxford.
Currently based in Oxford, I’m ideally situated to serve the South, the Midlands and beyond. Please feel free to Contact me if you’d like to discuss how video can work for you business. I would be glad to have an informal conversation about its potential and make tailored suggestions.