There are only three ways to learn how to make a movie:
- On the movie set
- When editing movies
- Observing the reaction of spectators
This advice has become central to how I think about my work, while convincing me that my real education would come, not in a classroom, but from my hands-on experience in the field.
I’ve also been influenced by Akira Kurosawa and Werner Herzog who encourage filmmakers to enrich their work by reading constantly and living fully. After all, when we remind ourselves to look around, we realize that stories are everywhere. In my current role, I love helping others find the perfect way to tell their story, and I look forward to someday putting my ideas on the big screen as well.[/bsf-info-box][ultimate_spacer height=”24″][ultimate_spacer height=”20″]
In terms of my professional experience, I’ve spent the last five years editing movies and teaching others to craft their own. Based on my experience, I’ve also been asked to lecture on video content creation at several in-person events. In addition to that, I am a writer for nofilmschool.com, and of course, I happily dedicate a large chunk of my time to my YouTube channel.
Here are the three main areas in which I can provide assistance.[/bsf-info-box]
Most of my consultations are for YouTube creators, freelancers, and really anyone looking to enhance their skills. It can be a huge asset to have someone with a background in editing to serve as a second pair of eyes or answer any questions you have during the process.[/bsf-info-box]
As you can see in the testimonial, I enjoy working with clients all over the world. Whether they’re based a few hours away or on the other side of the world, I know how important it is to make myself available for frequent communication and collaboration.
If you are interested in working together on a project, feel free to reach out![/bsf-info-box]
I always appreciate getting feedback and suggestions for new videos in the comments section.