It’s free with no obligation to hire
Hired 7 times
9 years in business
Photos and Videos
4 photos and 4 videos
Event to be filmed
Concert / performance,
Patrick was supposed to take a short video (about 2 minutes long) of a machine we bought, a wheel loader. He was great at it, took over 6 minutes of video, with a crisp, hi-def quality, and he was very accomodating. Would hire again.Nov 19, 2015Verified
Mr Patrick Sipperly was professional in every way. His work is excellent and his pricing is fair and affordable. I would certainly recommend him! Jeff Symmonds, owner, Jeff Symmonds Golf Schools 800 965-9985.Feb 8, 2014Verified
Anna Weber V.
Patrick Sipperly is my bridge between an author's good writing and a public who is attracted to the possibilities inside because they are drawn to a spectacular conveyance of imagery created by him! I use his services exclusively for my clients - knowing he brings a congruence to the message readers need to "see" so they are inspired to make the book their own. He is courteous, kind and generous to my clients and extremely graphically talented. Don't know what I would do without him.Aug 14, 2015
Working with Patrick at the Arizona Video Company was a great experience. He helped make our instruction video a success by helping with our vision and editing all of the details perfectly. This was a large project and he took the time and effort to make sure we met all deadlines and always put his customers first. Highly recommended!Jan 19, 2015
Working with Patrick Sipperly is easy. He captures your ideas and turns them into professional eye catching marketing tools. As an author I wouldn't go to anyone else for my book trailers.Feb 19, 2014
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Most video projects have 4 phases: Planning - Shooting - Editing - Delivery. The least expensive, yet most important phase is the Planning. This is the foundation of your project and where clear communication with your video team is critical. Be clear and realistic about your goals and budget. Ask questions - even ones you think might be silly - and be open to ideas from your producer to get the results you're looking for!