I am a filmmaker in the hills of Western Massachusetts, available for hire for event or performance videography, editing, and creative collaboration on video or film projects. I shoot primarily on Panasonic HD and 4K cameras, and can deliver footage and edited work in high-bandwidth formats or encoded and compressed to be ready for upload to youtube or vimeo.
My specialty is bringing high production value to projects with limited budget, and I use simple, reliable equipment to produce consistently high-quality results.
I am also a certified commercial drone operator, and can shoot HD video and high-resolution stills at up to 400 feet in altitude.
For event videography, my rate is $80 per hour with a 2-hour minimum, which includes transfer of the footage to a drive you provide. (For ease and reliability, I use cameras that shoot on reusable high-speed SD cards, rather than tape or discs, so there is no physical medium for delivery of the footage) For editing, DVD authoring, and post-production work it is $50 per hour. The rate for miscellaneous video processing of various types is negotiable.
Please contact me at:
firstname.lastname@example.org CLICK HERE for the old NOTB movie website.
Austin Rice and I produced this 'Theatre Etiquette' film which plays before all movies in the Latchis Theatre's main auditorium.
The main campaign video I produced for the New England Center for Circus Arts' recent crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the equipment for their new Brattleboro school.
Promo for the Downtown Brattleboro Alliance, produced with Bill Forchion of Dreamcatcher Entertainment.
Northfield-Mount Hermon School commissioned this thank-you/tribute video for one of their most generous alumni benefactors, Pres Blake, the founder of Friendly's Ice Cream.
Entered in the EleUke Ukelele video contest 2010- winner of 'Wild Card' prize for $1000.
I use a DJI Phantom 4 drone and Ronin-M handheld stabilizer to shoot real estate videos such as this.
You don't know it yet, but this is actually the video you came here to see.