I have been freelancing video work since 2016. I have clients that hire me yearly, monthly, or sporadically throughout the year for video projects that they need done. Some of my more recent clients have been through different ministries or Christian-related events, such as Celebrate Recovery at First Baptist Orlando and Our Legacy through Advent Health.
I often light, shoot and mic the entire video on my own equipment - GH5 DSLR Camera, Wireless Rode Mics, various lights, etc. - but I also can edit a video where the footage is entirely produced by the client, or created from stock footage, photos or graphics.
Check out some of the work I have done below...
Remembrance Day 2020
Yearly video I create for Our Legacy (2020). I shot 90% of the interviews/standups (everything except two insert pieces in the middle). Mic'd and shot subjects with my own equipment (GH5 and Rode Mic). Created opening graphic by cutting out all of the flowers in the graphic that the client used for marketing the event, and animated the flowers to look as though they were painted onto the screen. Edited entire 43 minute piece for the virtual event, in two weeks (from start to finish).
Celebrate Recovery Teaser
This is a 50 second video to promote the weekly meetings moving to a new location. I shot all the footage on my GH5 camera, sorted through the clips and picked the best shots in Adobe Premiere Pro, used MOGRTs to add text and motion graphic effects, and edited to the music. I used Adobe After Effects to create the logo animation. This project took about 1 hour to shoot and 5 days to edit to completion and deliver to client.
Quick Insert (for transition)
This 20 second clip was created for an event for Celebrate Recovery, where they were having a "comedy night" with improv actors. The clip played in between different various humorous clips from the internet, as an entertainment on the big screen before the event.
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