Featured Filmmaker Friday – Matt Davis

Today is part 2 of 2 of my series on video business coaching. Last week we had Kris Simmons who has been a very successful corporate video producer over the past 10+ years.  Today we have the head coach of wedding filmmaking, Matt Davis of Life Stage Films. You may remember Matt as the guy behind my post “the best wedding video promo on the planet.” He’s only been in the business for about five years, but in that time he as grown to become a 3-time EventDV Top 25 videographer, and has a very successful studio in Wilmington, NC. Today we learn about how he went from shooting a video for the non-profit Samaritan’s Purse, to diving head first into the wild, weird world of weddings. You’ll learn about branding, following your passion, and get the backstory on the making of his great promo. There’s all of that plus much more.

Bumper music for this show is “Tater City” by Glenn Shambroom, part of the TRUE ROMANCE collection, courtesy of Triple Scoop Music.

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Besides being a smart business man, as the video below can attest, Matt is also a very talented artist.

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An Intimate Talk with Vincent Laforet – Next Week

You do NOT want to miss next week’s episode. We’re going to have the man who started this whole DSLR video craze. None other than Mr. Vincent Laforet himself. As you may know, Canon has a big announcement on November 3. Mr. Laforet knows all the juicy details. First thing Friday morning, I’ll be releasing his episode on iTunes. So make sure you hit the subscribe button so you can download it early. Trust me. You are going to want to listen to this podcast! So mark your calendars for next Thursday, Nov. 3.

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