- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
ABOUT PRICING: Once we talk, discuss about the technical aspects of the project (mainly the amount of footage and the length of the Final Edit), and agree we'll be working on the project together, I provide you an estimate of the full project. Out of that Estimate, the payment is split in 2 times. 1st Payment: 50% of the estimate at the beginning, to start working. Once you're satisfied with the Preliminary Edit: 2nd Payment of the remaining 50%. After that, you'll get a HQ video file with the Final Version. **expedited fees may apply if the work needs to be done in less than 48 hours**
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
The client comes up with the idea of the video, the footage: photos, videos, music, and the estimate final length. I provide an estimate, first payment is 50% of the estimate at the beginning, and 50% at last. We agree we'll do it together, and we move on to the art work. I'll provide you a SECURE PRIVATE FOLDER in the cloud to upload every file. We discuss what's the best way to do it, more entertaining, where the project will be displayed, what music will choose, etc. I start working on the edit process. I deliver a Preliminary Edit thus as a client you can make sure everything is according to what's been planned. And if there's any correction you feel it needs to be done, that's the moment! (Corrections are change the order of some footage, music, names on graphics, NOT redoing the project in a different direction) Once we both make sure it's according to what's been expected, it's time to do the final payment and I'll upload a HQ video file to the cloud (so you can download it in your computer or phone) without any watermarks and ready to be used anywhere. If you need it on YouTube, I'll do that for you without any costs.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I've started studying and later on working as a TV & Radio producer. Moved by passion I started doing photography as a hobby, which took me to get back to the classroom to study to become professional, which I did, and I started working as a photographer for Comedy Shows. From then and on, I've been taking all kind of courses to keep learning and growing, such as cinematography, editing, lighting, script writing, and more. The list keeps growing every year.