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With twelve years of video production expertise, I can get video projects done fast.
With numerous projects completed successfully, I know what mistakes not to make. Whatever your needs may be, I can give you a fast assessment of what's needed for the completion of your project.
Not all projects need a team, but some do. Being a T-skilled professional, I can accomplish many tasks all by myself. Ask by email or telephone, and I'll give you an upfront answer on what's needed; and hopefully, it'll all be within your budget.
With numerous delighted clients over a decade, I always aim to please. Agreeing on terms from the outset I find is the best formula for success.
Live event coverage is my bread & butter. That's me filming on the right side of this image.
If we were to play all the testimonials I filmed for businesses back to back, we'd be here for a very long time.
Video editing is my core skill. What a non-professional can accomplish in a month, I can probably do in a day and a half.
Which of my videos do you want to watch?
This is one of my many completed projects. My client called it: "fantastic!" ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ It was a fast turnaround and I made it in short notice. Are you looking to get a custom video made just for you? You're in the right place ✌️ 🏆.
The pen-tablet combo. It gets work done fast.
I have a powerful workstation with GPU, to make sure your videos are pushed out fast. This is my own illustration & animation of what I call the "brick"
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14 Berkeley, Letchworth Garden City, SG6 2HA, United Kingdom
In case we're not acquainted. 😍. I'm very professional 🤝 and friendly to work with. 😊.
The C300 camera is an Emmy Award-winning High Definition television camera.
A teleprompter will help you deliver your lines to my camera seamlessly, thanks to my half-silvered mirror and scrolling text.
The Sachtler liquid heads are acknowledged for their ultra-smooth tilts and pans. Perfect for following the action without a fuss.
Sliders are great for establishing shots & epic time-lapses. Edelkrone employs a clever track system to get the most out the slide.
The highly versatile, flexible, mini-tripod. I use it to mount b camera
The industry's favourite and much-revered shotgun mic. I have two of these.
With the dead wombat, this blimp is the world's best protection against wind-noise. Especially designed, the grip & suspension fit my Sennheiser 416 shotgun like a glove. We're sure to get crystal-clear recordings wherever we might venture.
Every presenter's clip on and forget microphone system.
The indispensible reporters' mic that makes vox pops a breeze.
This sneaky little thing doesn't look very serious until, that is, you listen back with headphones on. It's one of the most impressive high-quality ambient recorders around. I often use a dead cat on top when recording outside.
It's OK, but I prefer the LS-10.
Uncompromising quality straight into my ears. This way, if there's something wrong with a recording or in ambient, it can be fixed on-the-fly.
This wide-angle is very useful for indoor filming as it gets a lot in onto the sensor. It's the world's widest rectilinear, which means it doesn't bend straight lines.
The classic that gets photographers salivating. Its beauty comes from its fast f stop and zero-to-negligible distortion. This is the ultimate low-light lens.
The quintessential medium-shot glass that isn't over the top and gets the job done. It can distort proportions in its centre if a subject gets too close - so, I tend to be careful in that regard.
My all-time favourite zoom. It has a faster f stop than a parfocal, so it's great in low light, and it has a long throw. This means I can film people from a long distance and in low light without making them feel self-conscious.
This is specialist kit that creates larger-than-life, blow-up imagery. Macros are known for photographing or videoing insects, flowers, minute details like stitchwork, or even your dental work.
I like to think of this as my artisan light. It produces a thin slither of an easy-to-control beam that can be used as a subject backlight or a hair light. It really brings out a subject, especially in an interview situation.
This can be quite a useful fill light especially if diffused; it can also be used with a cookie thrown over-the-top in order to create aesthetically pleasing patterns behind interviewees, just to break the monotony of a bare wall.
I think of these as my luminosity lights. Cameras need a certain amount of brightness in order to properly expose an image. Simply switching this light on and bouncing it against a white-balanced wall raises luminosity and drastically improves a shot. It's also bright enough to be used as a Book Light. I have two of these.
This is the star of the show. Its lightbox mount exploits the so-called Book Lighting technique: viz., two internal diffusers and a reflective baffle. This produces an unspeakably-soft wraparound lighting effect that's perfect for interviews and many other applications. I have two of these.
Avid Media Composer 2023 Perpetual Licence. ✂️.
Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. ☁️.
WACOM Intuos Pro Pen Pad; Medium. ✍🏼.
Intel i7 6700 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor. 🧮.
Asus Maximus VIII Skylake Motherboard. 🗜️.
16GB DDR4 3200mhz Corsair RAM. 💭.
GTX 1070 8GB Strix Gaming Graphics Card. 👾.
Be Quiet! Silent Wings 3 fans with Water Cooling. 🌊.
600w EVGA Power Supply. ⚡.
Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1 TB PCIe NVMe M.2 (2280) Internal Solid State Drive (SSD). 🖴.
72TBs of HHD archive. 💿.
Asus Pro Art PA3229Q 32" Professional Monitor. 🖥️.
LiveU Solo Field Unit with Cloud Bonding ☁️📡
Blackmagic design Atem Mini Pro 🎚️