Videos that Create Memories for a Lifetime
Having been in the industry for many years, Ed Roy finally decided to run his own business in 2005. Most of his clients were from New Jersey and New York, including Sesame Street, CBS, ESPN, ABC, and MSG Sports Network. For three years, Ed then worked for MTV as well and then expanded into the corporate video world, with clients such as Lucent, AT&T, IBM, and pharmaceutical firms.
One of my favorite projects was working as the TV audio Technical Supervisor for the movie, Tootsie. I got to meet Dustin Hoffman and hang out with celebrities like him. All diverse projects leaves you something to remember, and each one presents a challenge.
Ed was chosen by the Commerce Assoc. out of NYC as the Best of Jacksonville for 2010 and 2011. He was also selected by The KNOT as the Best Videographer in 2011. He can work with all social and economic levels and several demographics. He strives to meet his every client's needs and ensures that he provides the most outstanding service for each of them.
If you are looking to hire a videographer, you should look at their experience and track record, what kind of work have they done (like personal and corporate), what is their training, and do they have any testimonials or References[?]
Ed strongly believes that every client is important, and that everyone should leave completely satisfied. He suggests that before hiring a videographer, it is better to evaluate the education and personality of the service provider. Meet him/her personally, and do a bit of researching, and everything else follows easily into place.