Editing Tips 101

Editing Tips 101

Greetings fledgling editor! I’ve been tasked with compiling some editing tips to help YOU get started in your editing career, and since we’re always on a deadline, from now until eternity, let’s just dive right in. You might be wondering, “What on earth does this guy...
The Struggle

The Struggle

Since joining Oswego Creative as a producer two and a half years ago, I’ve been producing a lot more documentary-style content.  This kind of video focuses the lens on real people rather than scripted actors.  While I started my production career working on mostly...
Cyber Knights: Flashpoint by Trese Bros. Games

Cyber Knights: Flashpoint by Trese Bros. Games

I’ve been an avid video game nerd for the duration of my existence on this cosmic rock, so when I had an opportunity to work on a Kickstarter video for Cyber Knights: Flashpoint – a squad based RPG by the Trese Bros. – I was more excited than Link in a...
Collaboration

Collaboration

One of my favorite aspects of working as a producer and director is the ability to collaborate with my team.  While I feel like the word “collaboration” has been pummeled into becoming somewhat of a buzzword, it is a critical component in almost all of our projects at...
The Clock is Ticking…

The Clock is Ticking…

Video projects are intricate mechanisms with more moving parts than a fine Swiss timepiece. And when you only have 48 hours to conceive, execute, and deliver a video, the clock is always ticking… also like a fine Swiss timepiece! (Boy, what CAN’T you compare to...
The Power of Storytelling

The Power of Storytelling

Which camera is best for making your story? I have been working professionally with film and digital camera equipment now since the days of Beta and DV tape. The limitations we would experience in those days as visual storytellers were very humbling and very real. The...