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15 Top-tips to Becoming a Freelance Videographer
Published on Jul 21, 2021
15 Top-tips to Becoming a Freelance Videographer

Top tips to Becoming a Successful Freelance Videographer Introduction 6 years ago, after a fun and prosperous career working within various different agencies and production companies, I decided to take the leap. I chose to leave a reliable and steady world of 9 to 5 for the topsy turvy world of freelancing. And after many ups, a few lows, a bunch [...] Read more

Successful interviews: a freelance filmmaker’s guide
Published on Aug 10, 2020
Successful interviews: a freelance filmmaker’s guide

10 ways for filmmakers, directors and producers to get the most out of documentary style interviews Getting the most out of your talent can be a tricky business. Hearing real stories, from people in their own words is still one of the most compelling narrative forms for onscreen content, whether it's a brand story, a charity case study or campaign [...] Read more

FIVE WAYS TO CARRY-ON SHOOTING POST COVID-19
Published on May 18, 2020
FIVE WAYS TO CARRY-ON SHOOTING POST COVID-19

In the last few weeks I’ve heard from various clients and contributors that say they’d like to start shooting again, but they’re not sure how to go about it safely. I wanted to chat through one such instance where we successful produced a film whilst maintaining safety precautions, in what I’m terming, the new normal. Three week ago I was [...] Read more

Do away with your script - how to capture a decent interview
Published on May 9, 2016
Do away with your script - how to capture a decent interview

Check out the latest 2020 version of this article here! How often do you watch an online video and feel disconnected and un-interested by the video you’re watching? Actually, hardly ever. As regularly mentioned to anyone in online communications, engagement time is becoming shorter and shorter. If content isn’t engaging, there’s a high chance [...] Read more