About this pro
19 years in business
24 hires on Thumbtack
The event just took place yesterday, so I don't have the DVD to give an opinion of, but Jeff was right on time, professional, just visible enough and just invisible enough for what we needed. He was conscientious and asked all the right questions to lead us to believe he knew dance in particular! We are excited to see the finished product.May 15, 2016Verified
Great coverage of our event! would recommend Jeff for any event you need professional camera work.May 9, 2016Verified
Very pleased with everything. Professional, fast, knowledgeable, on time. Really could not be happier with our experience. Gretchen DavisMay 8, 2016Verified
Jeff provided an excellent service. He recorded our church's Candlelight service and the children's Christmas play. He arrived 1.5 hrs in advance to setup his equipment, the quality of the video was great and his return time exceeded our expectations. Would definitely contract him again. Thank you!Jan 11, 2016Verified
Jeff did great work for us. We will hire him again for future events. Thanks Jeff!Dec 11, 2015Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Since each job is custom, we need to ask the following questions. Who is your target audience? What is your message? What is the purpose of your video? What visual and graphical elements do you want to show? Animation? Where do we have to travel to get these elements? How many minutes do you think the program should last? What is the estimated shelf life of your video? Who will be the subject matter expert on this video? Do you need a script written? Concept? Do we need to hire actors? Voiceover talent? Who will be approving the scripts and offline edits? What is your deadline? What is driving your deadline? How much do you have budgeted to spend on your video? Can we re-purpose video elements for other uses- like a company web-site? DVD, QR code, trade show, email campaign When can we get started?
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?The most important thing is to listen to what they want and what they are trying to achieve. I need as much information to help bring their vision to life. My craft is my passion, my passion is telling their story.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I had gone to college and studied communications. Right out of college I started a landscaping company with my roommate(go figure). After being recruited to a commercial landscaping firm as a operations manager, my bosses wife had a small wedding video company. She asked me to help her out for one wedding and the rest is history. I no longer film weddings, but it was the bread and butter of my business for the first 6 years.