Chances are, you've never visited my website before. If you have, you're most likely either a client, a colleague, or my Mother (Thanks Mom. :-). Even in those cases, the site was a bit tough to navigate, and it didn't make clear what my offerings were as a film & video professional. With all that in mind, plus a few new approaches to the wonderful world of SEO, I've adapted the site to be easier, faster, and drastically more attractive.
Under "Originals" you'll find any major project I've completed & launched in recent history.
Potential clients will be most interested in the "Services" category which gives examples of my work across various types of projects from Commercials to Kickstarter Videos to Live Presentations and Business Explainers. Know that these are not the end of the spectrum, merely the most common types of projects clients seek out when they need video work. Of course, we can always expand and create something unique for your needs. This is just a good place to start. You can also get an idea of what it's like to work with me on the new "Testimonials" page with letters from actual clients.
The "Blog," for me, is one of the most exciting parts of the new site. I love to write, and I love to teach. Combining these into a free and educational blog to help people decide if, when, & how they can or should create videos for themselves or their business was a natural fit.
My hope is to bring you informative and helpful articles that spark exciting new ideas about ways to market your business or personal projects. Whether you hire me to make those or not is entirely up to you but at the very least, I can help you with some of those decisions through this blog.
You can also sign up for my new mailing list where I'll occasionally mail the best or most informative articles on marketing with video. Don't worry; I hate spam as much as you do. For those who prefer Facebook, you can always Like Northwest Films instead (or both. Why not?).
I hope you'll take a few minutes to peruse the new site and let me know if you find anything that doesn't seem to work or is confusing so I can make any necessary changes. Who knows? You might decide you need a video guy while you're at it.