The popularity and demand for Corporate Documentary-Style Films has grown exponentially over the past few years. More and more businesses are starting to realise and harness the power of compelling stories. A corporate documentary done right captures the very essence of a person behind a business – shows the culture of the brand and can simplify a complex sales process, allowing a stronger connection to flow with the target audience and the brand. [Read more...]
Whether you’re presenting to a group or on the center stage for public speaking, pacing is always considered a key to effective communication – this goes the same for filmmaking. Pacing is one way you can show others that you value what you’re saying as well as your time. [Read more...]
I often get asked what to wear on my new film – my answer is simple… Whatever makes you feel good. The reason? The better you feel, the better you will look; not only will you be more authentic but you will appear more relaxed and be on top of your game confidence-wise – for me, this is way more important than anything else.
January was a busy month – lots of projects, ongoing and new. One of the more interesting ones I worked on is a project jointly collaborated on by myself and Five by Five, a web design agency with whom we’re deepening our relationship with.
Recently made an announcement regarding an opportunity to work with my studio . We have received over 150 impressive applications for this opening and I am delighted that the opportunity was compelling enough to inspire this response.
Here’s a project we recently worked on for a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist that flew in from Sydney. It’s very rare for a client to show absolute vulnerability – to open up from their heart and be deeply connected to their own story.
Working on a number of projects these past few weeks. The most recent one which I filmed was that of a financial adviser based in Brisbane – really cool guy with a business that’s made up of numbers. Thought I would share some photos but felt this would be a great opportunity to talk about how to handle yourself once we go “Lights, Camera, Action…”
Filmmaking, advertising, and marketing have grown to be extremely competitive. Competition is part of doing business – and can actually be used as a way to inspire others to do better work. It also can be excellent for the growth of an industry.
Over the past few years I’ve learnt in business that some people will rip down other people’s tower to make their own tower seem bigger. [Read more...]
Cameras, lenses, and film equipment are no longer expensive and are becoming very accessible which makes it extremely easy for any entrepreneur to make their own videos. This got me wondering why am I getting busier and busier – why is there such a high demand for video production services.