Hello! I'm a video producer with experience creating corporate and marketing content. I work as a Director/DP/Editor on a variety of projects including documentaries, events, commercials, testimonials, and web video. I can work as a solo videographer or build a crew depending on the projects needs. I'm a self starter, hard worker, and easy to work with, let's connect!
As a video producer: the majority of my jobs are working one-on-one with clients and seeing their project from beginning to end. I do all the post production on my videos so I'm well equipped to direct a shoot if needed and know what needs to be done during a production for it to go smoothly in post.
As a dp/videographer: my style is clean, creative, and engaging. My strength's are getting great broll and shooting authentic casual interviews. With experience in weddings and events, I work very well under pressure and am very good at run and gun. I love to take 1.5 hours to set up an interview, but I can get it up and running in 10 minutes if need be. I'm a MacGyver at heart and I'll do what needs to get done in the time given and with the resources available.
I've also worked with a number of talented producers on larger projects and have an awesome network of general crew around Boston and the country.
I have been in the industry since 2010.
I live on the West Coast and have produced, written and directed hundreds of videos in the past 25 years (everything from TV commercials to documentaries and industrials). I've worked with scores of DP's. Having work to do in Cambridge and other parts of Massachusetts, I arranged online (through Production Hub) and via email with Travis to cover a challenging two-days of shooting around the state with multiple interview subjects (and capturing B-Roll). Travis is outstanding. Reliable, smart, hard working, and delivers beautiful video.The client and on-camera talent really liked working with him, too. I would work with him again anytime I'm shooting in that area of the country. He is highly recommended. Thanks, man. Cheers, Greg T.