Current Top Pro
Hired 22 times
14 years in business
(Pacific Time Zone)
5:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight
Credit card, Cash, Venmo, Paypal
Currently a Top Pro
Top Pros are among the highest-rated, most popular professionals on Thumbtack.
Jan - Jul
Jul - Dec
Tricia R.Nov 14, 2018Verified
Amazing Job! Captured beautiful moments we will treasure. Highly recommend!!Sep 23, 2018Verified
Jamie was on time and very professional. We used him for an office photo shoot and he blended in seamlessly. We were able to work as we normally do and he was just a fly on the wall documenting our everyday work life. I would definitely recommend Voltage Digital for photography!May 3, 2018Verified
He took amazing and beautiful photos of my son's birthday party at the botanic garden. The photos are my family's treasures of our memories. Also his personality is great so it is easy to work with. It was so quick of sending me the images. I am very satisfied with his work! Thank you, Jamie.May 1, 2018Verified
Great work! Jamie was helpful and quick! He showed up early to set up, took amazing photos and everyone loved them! Will defiantly hire again!Mar 27, 2018Verified
Photos and Videos
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Most of my pricing starts on the type of client and the use of material. A corporate client will pay more for commercial usage vs an individual who wants social media content or something personal. The second part is based on time and travel and third is the type of equipment that is being used. Shooting day rates vary based on the type of shooting i.e.: photo vs video and also equipment being requested. Video day rates range between $300-750 per day and up. 300 gets you a cinematographer for something personal for a couple hours where 750 per day is average for a pro cameraman on a commercial job. For photography I typically charge between $125 to $250 per hour for small projects and on corporate productions I charge for a minimum of 8 hours plus expenses. Editing day rates are pretty standard. Whether it's photo post production or video editing, it's all based on time. Editors range in price from $50 hourly for somebody with less experience and can charge up to $140+ per hour for commercial post production editing. I charge for editing typically on a project basis because I already can estimate time involved based on quantity of content and its application whether its personal or commercial or a simple edit vs a music video with lots of cuts. Discounts are applied as the workload increases. I will charge less per day/hour for projects that last multiple days weeks or months.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First understanding clearly what the customer is trying to accomplish and why. Then guiding them through the most efficient process to get the best results.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?20+ years experience in photography both editorial and commercial and the same as a filmmaker.