In today’s competitive environment you should do whatever you can that sets your company apart. Case studies on your site are an effective way to do that.Read more "The Value of Case Studies and the Order of Your Work"
Today I break down some of the shooting and editing decisions that go into a non-profit promo video using the Boys & Girls Club of New Orleans.Read more "The Anatomy of a Non-Profit Video Shoot in New Orleans"
In my third and final lesson on business failures, learn about a relatively recent failure I had for a service that is now as common as a cold.Read more "Business Failures Lesson #3 – Timing is Everything"
If you do any sort of documentary, educational or promotional video work, chances are you will need to use b-roll: video footage that plays usually during an audio voice over, e.g. an employee being interviewed for a corporate promotional film is talking about how fun it is to work there, then the video cuts to […]Read more "Four Tips for Better B-roll"
Joe Buissink has had quite a life. Born in Indonesia. Abandoned by his biological mother (literally left on a doorstep). Verbally and physically abused as a child by his step mom. Moved to Holland at 7, then later to L.A. after his family had enough of the racial persecution they got in Holland (Joe didn’t […]Read more "Joe Buissink – An Intimate Portrait Video"
Do you ever have that feeling that you want to do more with your filmmaking or photography? Not necessarily more work or make more money, but do more important things with your craft. How would you like to cure cancer? Carla Lynn thinks you can. And I believe her.Read more "You Can Cure Cancer with Your Craft"
Only a life lived for others is worth living. ~ Albert Einstein Last night I attended my daughter’s induction ceremony into the national Beta Club. (Can we say “Proud poppa in the house!”) Anyway, I was never smart enough to be in Beta Cub. Well, let me re-phrase that. I never committed to school work […]Read more "Taking the Path to Purpose"