Earlier this week, I worked with Brooke Griffin of Griffin Studios to shoot the footage for my forthcoming Kickstarter video. It was a fun and unusual experience. I'm not used to being in front of a lens ... and a microphone. After nearly every restart, I found myself wondering what in the hell I was supposed to do with my face. And I don't envy her having to comb through the footage to find the bits and pieces I delivered without making a mistake. That being said, I'm looking forward to seeing the rabbit she pulls out of her hat with this project. 

Camera set up with sound absorption and a stand to support my poster-sized teleprompter cue cards. 

Camera set up with sound absorption and a stand to support my poster-sized teleprompter cue cards. 

Brooke is super easy to work with, thorough, and takes her craft seriously. If you ever need a videographer and you live in the Pacific Northwest, she's well worth your consideration.