Razorback Graphic Illustration
It’s free with no obligation to hire
Hired 11 times
22 years in business
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Photos and Videos
5 photos and 3 videos
Superb experience. My need for a last minute video taping was fulfilled and all parties benefited from Razorback's efficient service. I highly recommend Razorback! Chuck Richardson, Cary, North CarolinaMar 13, 2020Verified
Wedding and Event Videography
I was fortunate to hire Bryan from RGI on short notice. He was easy to coordinate with from jump: Punctual, professional, strong work ethic, and his quick response/adaptation to fast-changing circumstances kept me relaxed through a live onstage concert performance with my band. Bryan was there recording us live and we got a super premium quality DVD for our press kit at a great price! RAZORBACK GRAPHIC ILLUSTATION should be your first and only choice for on time audio/video documentation.. Highly recommended.Dec 2, 2019Verified
Bryan took the time to make sure my audio recording was edited correctly despite my many takes and delivered them compatible for Audible standards which I really appreciated. He was also one of a few in the Raleigh triangle area who specialize in audiobook recording.Jul 2, 2020Verified
Video Transfer Services
He did a very good job! I was so happy with the videos! Thank you!Dec 27, 2018Verified
Bryan did an excellent job of leading an audio recording for our app. We had a bit of a time crunch and he did a great job of respecting that. I would definitely recommend working with Bryan and will suggest it to individuals in that area in the future.Jan 21, 2020Verified
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?My typical process is to ask specific questions in order to ensure I am on the same page with the customer. Revision is both costly and time consuming and they can usually be avoided by making every effort to work out details and parameters before a job because.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Educated in Graphic Communication at Franklin Pierce University.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?The old saying is true: You get what you pay for. If the price sounds too good to be true then you can expect that you're going to pay for it in some other way, later down the road: Either the work will be unsuitable for cross-media usage and require re-work, or the freelancer will disappear into the night, never returning your phone calls, or it'll be a headache just getting on the same page as your designer.