Making a Video

Using video to promote a workshop

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Local Jewellery designer, Rachel Jeffrey, was looking for a way to promote her Jewellery school. She had recently featured on Channel 4’s “Kirstie’s Vintage Home”, showing a couple how to make their own wedding rings.

We set about filming a new version at her lovely shop/workshop in Wheathampstead. I came away feeling it was such a special thing to do. Great fun for everyone and not as difficult as you might think….or..maybe Rachel made it look easy! Go to Rachel Jeffrey Jewellery for more information.

Caption saying 'Be a rural GP on the Isle of Arran'

Using video to advertise a job

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The latest Bond film, Skyfall, was on during the holidays. Despite the video below not having the benefit of the same budget, it still achieved it’s objectives. Uploaded during the run up to Christmas, it already has over 7,000 views and 88 likes.

It’s topical, fun and effective.
If you would like to apply to be a Doctor on the Isle of Arran in Scotland, here is a link for more information: GP vacancy on the Isle of Arran.

Find this video on YouTube Salaried GP Vacancy: Isle of Arran 2013

Video without a video camera

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The Radlett Art Expo took place in January 2012.

At a very reasonable cost, artists, experienced and otherwise, could put their work on show to the public for 3 weeks. For a new artist, this can be quite daunting.

This video was made using just a stills camera and recording some audio interviews.
With the cameras on our phones being pretty good these days, you have the raw material to make a video.

Find this video on YouTube Art Expo Radlett