After initially working agency side as a copywriter, content specialist and social media strategist, I decided to leave and pursue other creative mediums. Now my focus is in photography, video, small-business marketing strategy, content creation and in-water shooting.
Larger clients generally hire me per project for video, photography, and content creation. I’m heavily involved in the project’s strategy, planning, scriptwriting, producing, shooting and post-production. Sometimes I’ll partner with other freelancers to bring in additional skillsets and expertise.
I work with small businesses in the Seacoast, NH region on a a variety of marketing related projects. Normally I’m hired either:
By retainer: A ongoing per-month agreement where I’m more directly involved with strategy and events, in addition to low-hour recurring photoshoots.
By project: Often times clients just need help with initial photoshoots, one-off videos, or marketing strategy. These instances require more planning, prep, production and post production.
Agencies, video shops, and fellow freelancers hire me as Assistant Camera, Second Camera, Behind-the-Scenes, or a Production Assistant.
Editorial clients, including online publications, magazines, and newspapers, hire me as a photographer or video producer. I help craft imagery around stories of makers, food, artists and artisans.
I help clients strategize, plan, and create the content, but it’s usually up to the businesses to post and engage on social media. If management is a deal-breaker, I’ll usually partner with a social media specialist who’s job it is to manage social media channels.
COVID19 Update: Out of respect for my retainer clients I am not currently shooting large events. Exceptions can be made for outdoor events if all proper safety protocols are in place.
I sometimes shoot corporate events, banquets, sales meetings, grand openings, seasonal events and more. However, my availability to shoot events is entirely dependent on my long term project workload. I do not currently shoot weddings or receptions.