I’ve spent my career filming on-location, in retail outlets, people’s homes, hanging out of the back of moving trucks, and of course, plenty of car lots. But for projects that required a studio setting, I was getting tired of spending time in cold warehouses or tiny break rooms. So about 4 years ago, I made the decision to build my own studio. I drew out the plans, spec’d out studio gear, and went to work. Uh no, this was not a DIY project. This was the real deal, with a contractor, grading, pouring, cutting, hammering, and nailing – and then a few months later, hanging lights, running cable and getting everything squared away. And I gotta say, it’s the best thing I’ve ever done. Professionally speaking, of course.
Now you’re looking at the green-screen. So let’s go over here and see the free space that can accommodate a second set. This is 750 square feet of dedicated studio space. Now, clients can sit in on edit sessions, and freelancers have a nice space to work while under my direction.
So what does this mean to you? Of course, I’ll still come to your store or your house to get what I need for your project, but for any green-screen project, any long-form interview or presentation, it’s an ideal setting to get the job done. I’d love for you to check it out in-person, just give me a call and we’ll line it up.