Whether you want to document an artist’s journey as they prepare for a show, shoot a music video, record an album, play a tour, or whether you want to document the creation of a new product, NGO, exhibition, gig or festival, I can be there to capture every moment and milestone. I grew up making skateboarding videos, so am very accustomed to documenting unscripted events in uncontrollable and unpredictable environments.
I like to document the energy and passion that’s put into an event with a behind-the-scenes look into the artists, the set-up of stages, decor, sound systems, and any other aspect depending on what you’re creating. A behind-the-scenes video has done its job if it makes people feel like they were part of the journey, and one of the best ways to do this is to get them to feel the energy of the driving force behind it. Once an audience can feel your passion, they’ll connect with you and your brand on a more personal level, and feel like they’re part of the family. Then they will follow your entire journey.
I can document the complete process behind the creation of a project, all the way from idea to hangover. Depending on the project, this could include shooting pre-planning, build timelapses, soundbites from creators and artists, decor & art construction, technical overviews, test-runs, photo-shoots, PR campaigns, sound & video recording, worries, excitements, and all the blood sweat and tears in between. This could then be turned into a one off video, or several bite-size videos ideal for a promotional campaign to keep your audience involved, up-to-date, and above all, excited to be a part of what you’re creating.
Max is an innovative, imaginative and highly talented videographer, and I would have no doubt in recommending him to work on any project. During our end of year degree show in 2013, Max created a series of original, high quality ‘behind the scenes’ videos to provide an insight into how the exhibition was managed and organised. He produced some outstanding work that was both informative and entertaining, and is still used within our marketing and teaching materials today.Andrew J KitchenhamProject Manager, Festival of Design and Innovation, Bournemouth University
So, if you’re thinking of creating an event or product, planning on sending an artist somewhere, or are running an NGO, please drop me an email – I’d love to get involved and document the excitement and events unfold. I’m currently located in:
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