How We Work

We partner with small businesses, non-profits and corporations to create videos and photos that tell their stories. Our experience with news  allows to work efficiently to identify a captivating story and to capture it with maximum impact. 

 We are with you during preproduction as your story is defined. Filming is carefully planned and a small, efficient crew makes it easy and comfortable. In post production, we edit for the various platforms where your can spread your message.

Interested in more information? Contact us and let's start telling your story.

Video Services

Preproduction

  • Project Planning
  • Story development
  • Marketing strategies
  • Interview preparations
  • Location scouting

Production

  • Director
  • Videography
  • Audio
  • Interviewing

Post Production

  • Video editing
  • Audio design
  • Export for planned uses

See video gallery

Photography

  • Portraits for business, social media
  • Event photography
  • Travel and tourism
  • Photojournalism
  • Marketing and lifestyle 

See photography portfolios 

Visual Editing

  • Photo editing on deadline
  • Large volume event editing
  • Planning including hiring and managing photographers

See editing for news, events and social media/online

Writing

See writing examples here. 

Telling stories has been the center of my career. My specialties are video production and still photography but I also write news stories, blogs, and critical reviews. For more than 20 years, I worked as a photojournalist for the Orlando Sentinel, covering a wide range of assignments and situations. During that time, I had an assignment to specialize in feature section stories, creating portraits, fashion and food photos and magazine essays. For another 10 years, I worked as an editor and Director of Photography, leading daily coverage and the transition to digital journalism and online video. In addition to my professional work with a camera, I am the assistant editor for the National Press Photographers Association. I also share my experience through training programs and as an adjunct instructor at the University of Florida's College of Journalism and Communications.    -Tom Burton