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Orientation Video: Historic Site
“This is amazing, just plain amazing work. I can’t thank you enough. The narration is great, the animations work wonders, and it’s just an all-around first-rate product.” – Sean Blinn, President, Board of Trustees, Friends of the Vanderveer House
I gave them several design options, and transformed their Powerpoint into an engaging orientation video that’s been met with some rave reviews. One of the first guests to see it said it was “just like something you would see on PBS.” I call that a definite success!
By the way, I’ve been a tour guide in Gettysburg and a Civil War storyteller for more than ten years… but this is the first time my video work and my history work have crossed paths. I hope it’s not the last!
Video Course: McGrath Enterprise SEO
Most of my videos are short: 90 seconds, 3 minutes, 5 at the most. But in this case, I was asked to take an existing e-book and use it as the script for a very simple, affordable, Powerpoint-based video course.
This is one section of one chapter. In all, I created a little over two hours of material… and the client promptly hired me again to add 4 more hours to the course.