In setting down to write my promo video for my own company I got to connect with my childhood passion while getting to reflect on how far I’ve come.
I was happy to work with my team, expressing how I wanted the shots to be reminiscent of the 1980s. That was a time when we were kids and each dreamed of making movies and becoming the next Steven Spielberg. For the props I researched and found an old Magnavox VHS camcorder, just like the one I used to use when I was a kid. One very important and symbolic prop was an old clapboard that my grandmother had given to me when I was a kid. I’ve had it for over 35 years and I am proud to say that it was instrumental in my love affair with film.
My location scout chose a nearby playground in Bethesda, Maryland and we set to casting the shoot, looking for 10 year old boys and girls to portray a film shoot like I did when I was young. I wanted to convey the fact that we have been filmmakers our whole lives, it’s not a profession that we chose as much as it’s who we are. Who we were born to be. I always believe that there are people who are born to be pianists, painters, writers, sculptors and we are no different.
When you hire our team we listen to you, to craft a video that will stand out from your competition. You get a perfectly tailored video that creates an emotion, a feeling, and an impression.
We’d like to thank our cast Isabelle White, Robert Nakhuda, Rocco Foster, Mackenzie Johnson, Julia Crausman, and Kyler Grant, for letting us relive our childhood passions for filmmaking once again!