Corporate Videos

I have a long history of being involved in video productions, right from my early corporate days both as a freelancer and while working for companies. I have done mostly corporate video projects from conceptualisation through to filming, editing, audio production, graphics and final output to DVD or web. Projects include website videos, presentation videos, training videos, music and more.

I have a separate website for my corporate video work called Lit Media which you can view here: corporate video durban.

Bradshaw Leroux are a recruitment firm based in Hillcrest, this is one of a series of introduction videos I did for them.

 

The company called Labora Shoes who make shoes mainly for Mr Price hired me to make a video clip for them about their foundation, it’s going to be used in conjunction with a presentation.

 

The Unlimited Child is a non-profit organisation backed by The Unlimited which focus is on early childhood development. I shot and edited this website video whilst working at The Unlimited.

 

Origin was the marketing department at The Unlimited, the brief was to create a video that introduces the staff members to the rest of the company. I shot all the still photos and edited it to the music then added the graphics.

 

This is another video that I made whilst working at The Unlimited, I used existing footage and edited it to audio and created the graphics. The purpose was for internal communication.

 

This was a video creation using a script provided by a copywriter.

 

I used the footage shot by cameramen at this corporate event to edit a highlights clip.

 

This was a personal project. I played a concert with my band at the Botanic Gardens in Durban, after the show a random guy came and said he’d filmed the whole thing. To this day I have no idea who he was but I edited the footage and made this live music video out of it.

 

I created this clip for RJ’s restaurant in 2009. Obviously these prices and specials are no longer valid.

 

I edited this 20 second clip for Lexus and added the graphics, the final output was for cellphone delivery.

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