Are you a video editor thinking about a career change? What about becoming a project manager? You don’t need a PMP to be a good one. A video editor can become the perfect project manager. Here’s why…Read more
Video editors in the corporate / business world do not get enough love! There are so many of us out there and we’re under-represented. It feels like most products and services in the video world are geared towards the TV and Film Industry rather than the boatloads of people editing in the corporate / business world.
More thoughts in the video and article below…Read more
Working in Post isn’t for the faint of heart. It takes courage and perseverance. Stuck on what to do in a cut? Figure it out. Random NLE error? Hit the forums. Need a new video editing gig? Gooood luck.
Luck… Luck plays a role in every person’s career no matter the industry. Being a video editor is no different. The element of luck lands you video editing jobs, introduces you to the right people, gets the right people to see your work, and keeps you from getting hit by a bus any given day.
Too dark? My bad.
After a decade+ in video I recognize I’ve been lucky. However I also recognize that I’ve made a lot of my luck. In this brief article I want to share a couple ways that I believe luck can be made for those that want to be in video editing.Read more
In this video and article I discuss whether you should learn the art of video editing or the software first.Read more
In this video and article discuss the questions video editors should ask when starting a new project.Read more
In this video I discuss the Ship Muscle for video editors. Seriously, I went back and forth for a day about whether or not to publish this video because of the graininess. But my own Ship Muscle needed a workout so I hit publish. Apologies if the pixelation is too much — I have some settings to adjust for low-light filming conditions on my phone.Read more