Artist’s Bio collaboration between EJC Productions and Pixel Lightening Productions
EJC Productions started when company founder Edward Clay was just age 14! He has worked continuously in video and TV in the two decades since. Now here’s a guy who knows his stuff!
Here are a couple of things to think about when pricing out a video project.
So Edward had this idea to do a video starring…himself, discussing why a video is the best way to deliver your message. He was all excited about this vision stuck in his brain. (You know how those artistic types are.) So he gathered a couple of producers, copped a favor from a hotel owner friend for a location, and proceeded to do about a thousand takes of “What’s in a Message?” I stopped by with our boys to say hi and sure enough, Matthew ends up on camera doing the shtick himself. (I think he was better than Daddy, but don’t tell Ed that.) Thing is, the kids were on … [Read more…]
Why a demo? Then a friend of mine @ Camera’s International Matt Mayes, asked me to cut a demo for an upcoming project. I did it but again, didn’t put too much regard into it. Where we live budgets are really low. Why would I want to show that material off?, but things had changed since the last time I had done a demo. My brain didn’t realize that…….. If you want to be in the world of excellence and creative freedom, then your work needs to represent that. (Thanks David Sowers @ DASO photo) Bust your rear end, work harder and then when it’s time the right person will see your work … [Read more…]
Today over 500 slick autos were here in Naples…. Here are a few pics of the day. I ran into a production buddy of Rodney Yergan. He does a show called restoration time. Restoration Time TV imagine the restoration done on these cars… He parallels that to people and there lives… It’s good stuff. I guess on a side note, when you look at the attention to detail on these cars, you understand why the cost so much. Same goes for the most part with creating media. People always say why does it cost so much? Because the difference is in the details and the final polish. Which costs more if you really want the … [Read more…]