Video production is a beautiful medium to tell a story. It can be deeply personal, brimming with energy, flashy and fun, or highly emotional. It’s my job as a director and cinematographer to find what format works best for each project, and it’s one of the pieces that makes my job so exciting.
Any video I’ve ever produced has started with a “Discovery Meeting”. This initial conversation is where we figure out what style of video is going to most effectively tell your story. This meeting is a valuable first step of the process and working together, we start the process of crafting your video. I started my career in broadcasting at CTV and moved over to a large Ontario-based video production company a few years later. Telling the stories of such brands as Kijiji, Economical Insurance and The Home Depot, I’ve become comfortable with handling large scale projects.
Since moving out to Halifax, I’ve become focused on building a business that has the flexibility and time to work with companies of all shapes and sizes. What I bring to the table as a video producer is a decade of experience working on large and small projects and a wide range of clients and subject matter. I know the right questions to ask to find the best way to tell your story and take a great deal of pride in collaborating with a large network of creatives from across the country. So let’s sit down for a discovery meeting, have a chat and find the storytelling format that works best for you.