With a commitment to his clients and to his craft, the Houston videographer is guaranteed to help you bring your vision to life.
Briefly share how you became a freelancer.
I became a freelancer after I decided to take my passion for making videos to the next level. At first, I was making videos just to satisfy my urge to be creative. But after I started getting inquires about my videography work, I decided to start my own videography production company.
What has been your biggest win as a freelancer?
My biggest win would have to be my body of work. I take great pride in the work I have been able to produce, and the wonderful people I’ve been able to connect with.
What are some of the hurdles you’ve overcome as a freelancer in Houston? Do you think this hurdles are indicative to Houston or to the freelancer profession overall?
I believe my hurdles are indicative to the freelancing profession overall. Some of my biggest challenges have been marketing, and getting my work out there for potential clients to see. Also, competition, freelance videographers are all over, no matter what market you are in.
What advice would you give to someone just starting out as a freelancer?
If you are someone lookin to start out as a freelance, I would recommend that you perfect your craft. Make sure you professional, and prompt at all times.
Let’s say I’m a client that’s looking to hire a freelancer that does what you do. Why should I hire you?
One thing that separates from other freelancers in my field is my passion. I’ve been making videos for the last 6 years, most of that time was spent on passion projects, not just paid work. It does not matter if I getting paid $50.00 or $5000.00 dollars, I give 110% on each project I am responsible for. I dive deep into psychological aspects of videos, how to properly showcase my client’s message, and what images will provoke an emotional reaction from the audience.