Who are you?
Interview & Image Films
So, you are hot on the market and want to explain exactly what you or your company are about? Perfect! Why not do so with an exciting image film or information interview?
Let’s introduce you to the world, shall we?
Teufelsberg.Today Project Trailer
Independent artist and journalist Richard Rabensaat is working on an exciting project called Teufelsberg.Today. In a series called Radom Room, he interviews the people who currently work at the old CIA listening towers in Berlin, Teufelsberg. To introduce his project, I made this image video.
Mary Ward (Adult Education Centre)
The Mary Ward Centre is an adult education charity based in London. I produced an image film and a series of interviews to explain their offering and a forthcoming move to East London.
Reference or presentation style videos are a sleek and modern way to tell your company’s story without a voiceover. These work particularly well on websites, on social media, as a pre-roll to presentations, and on screens in office spaces. This was produced for Coin Research (London).
What do I need to have ready?
You should be able to explain, ideally in one concise sentence, what the goal of your video is and who the target viewers will be. Bonus points if you have an idea of a visual concept–but don’t worry if you are totally new to video! We can discuss the rest of the details in a chat.
Do you always need a voiceover?
This depends on the video, but certainly, for short, snappy and to-the-point videos, you may not need a voiceover at all!
What about subtitles?
Subtitles are not automatically included, but can be added in the following ways:
- I can add the words to the video itself (small added fee)
- Depending on how/where you will upload the video, I can add the words to the video player so that viewers can see subtitles overlaid IF they press the CC button on the player (small added fee).
- Alternatively, you can add subtitles to your player (requires some technical skills).
Do I need a script or storyboard?
If you already have a video script or storyboard, that’s great! If not, don’t worry–I can help you craft the most effective video copy to match the visuals you want. Please see my Video Script Services.
Can I have a background music track?
Sure! I can offer you a variety of royalty free music options for a small extra fee. Please note that I can’t use any copyright music (such as popular pop songs) in a video, but I can find background tracks that have a similar vibe to what you like.
How big is the production crew?
This entirely depends on your video output and budget needs. Many I can produce some videos as a solo-producer; or for others, I engage trusted fellow freelancers. In the case of more complex productions, I would work with a partner agency.