-Because You Asked-
These are the most common questions I get about my services.
If you have other questions, please feel free to reach out to me.
How much do you charge?
I have some base course packages made up.
But I customized them to match the needs of the individual.
Because each person's needs are different, I quote prices based on each individual project. Editing several 10 minute videos is much different than digging through 7 hours of footage to edit into a 1 hour video. Maybe you already have a YouTube channel set up, a video bumper and music that you like to use on your videos. Maybe you have nothing and have no idea where to start. I can help with that. But each of these things changes the price of the overall project.
To give you a proper quote, I need to know the scope of the work.
Once you fill out the Discovery Form and we get on a call,
I will have a better idea of your needs and the work required
You can download this free checklist to get an idea of all the different things that go into making up the quoted price.
Do you have a portfolio or reel?
No. I predominantly work on courses, training and teaching videos. The majority of the work I do is for paid products that are behind a locked paywall. They are not available to the public to view. Also the type of video editing I do, if I have done my job right, you do not notice. My job is to make my client look awesome by removing the stumbles, long pauses and polish the video to a professional quality. I will also fix the sound and lighting of the video within reason. I am a technician, not a magician.
A good example of this is in the testimonies below.
These are DIY videos for people not yet ready to hire a video editor.
How fast can you get that done for me?
For other projects, when we are on a discovery call I can give you a rough idea of how long the project will take to complete based on what information you have given me. Once the contract is signed and the deposit has been paid, you will be put on my calendar and the dates will be set.
We will set a project schedule that allows for tech issues and revisions.
Another thing that can affect project deadline are delays in getting the assets and information I need to do the project. You will get a list of everything I will need after the first 1 on 1 planning meeting. These need to get to me in a timely manner to keep the timeline we planned. I allow extra time in my time estimate for technical issues and other things that pop up.
Good and prompt communication is essential to hitting those deadlines.