Videos start from $499 - that's comparable to print, way cheaper than TV ads, and you can re-use the content multiple times and across different platforms, including web, social media, and emails to your customers.
Think about it: YouTube is the world's second largest search engine.
Facebook now has a dedicated video section called Watch.
Instagram and SnapChat are video and photo based messaging apps - and are primary communication channels for today's youth.
My name is Shaun Inguanzo and I've been a journalist, communicator and marketer for 14 years. I've always created content, and it's almost always been to tell a story.
Most recently, I created and ran video production at a major Australian not-for-profit organisation, where I was National Media Manager. In two years a colleague and I produced 150 videos. We also made a television commercial in-house - it was an amazing experience!
I now live and work in Gippsland and - as a side hustle - want to help groups and businesses promote themselves in new and exciting ways using video. I also want to help people capture their memories, be it via wedding videography or family portrait videos.
For businesses: video is such an important tool but it takes time to think about what you're going to film and how it connects to your business goals. Then you have to plan the shoot, film it, then edit it, and then decide where to publish it.
This process means that community groups and small businesses with great ideas for content don't always have the time to make their own content, even though they have some of the best stories to tell.
My rates are fair and affordable, and I won't just deliver you a video - I do my best to deliver you outcomes.
For brides to be: I'm a single camera operator with an emphasis on documentary-style production - not cinematic production. What I create is something that doesn't go in and out of fashion - it's designed to look back on in years to come - perhaps with kids or grand kids - and give them an immersive insight into what your day was like, who your guests were, how it all happened, and what the 'younger you' and your partner were like.
Herd Coworking is Gippsland's first coworking space.
Gippsland Video provided in-kind videography services to help launch the space and this is a great example of what can be achieved for local businesses.
The brief was to be fun, quirky, yet professional. Just like The Herd space itself!
Keep a keen eye out for the Chief Happiness Officer!
A promotional video to help boost ticket sales to Warragul Theatre Company's production of Beauty and the Beast.
While far from the first video I've produced, it was the first one I'd made under the Gippsland Video banner and will always hold a special place - mainly because it worked, and played an important role in ensuring this fantastic production was widely seen and enjoyed by many.
A video to educate the public about the need to rehome dogs at Christmas.
I shot this while volunteering with Shar Pei Rescue Inc.
Shot on a Canon EOS M3 and Sony Action Cam.
I love supporting community groups or organisations with a good cause.
Contact me for community group rates.
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