Steve Brodie is an independent film and video maker based in East Anglia in the U.K. Providing video production services to a portfolio of clients which spans broadcast, corporate, education, and live events, indeed any area where audio or video content is required.
Steve brings the best of his expertise and experience, along with up to the minute production practices and equipment, to all his projects. Working closely with you from initial concept to delivery, he aims to ensure the effective execution of your project in an, expert and friendly way.
Whether you are looking for creative marketing and training videos, internal communications, or event videography please use the contact form to get in touch to discuss your requirements.
The Value of Video
Good communication takes many forms, but the growth of online platforms means that quality video content has become an integral part of modern marketing, and a powerful way of sharing ideas and best practice in all aspects of business and education. Websites and social media provide enormous potential to use your own platform to leverage the power and reach of effective video communication to improve marketing, internal communications and effective dissemination of your message.
According to a 2017 Cisco Study, as sited by Tubular Insights, videos will drive 80% of internet traffic by 2021, that's barely eighteen months from now. If you are not using video already, or if your video is under acheiving it's time to act. The major search engines regard the presence of video on your site as being an indication of good quality, media rich content. Using video on your website not only boosts your search engine optimisation and greatly enhances your chances of being ranked on the first page of search engine results, but also increases engagement - keeping vistors on your site for longer.
Users like video, searching for it in peference to text and using it before they engage with text. Video has become the preferred 'gateway' to many organisations' online presence, and from that first point of contact onwards remains key in retaining engagment and supporting all types of audiences.
Crucially people remember video! Its ability to convey key ideas simply and powerfully provides a major advantage over other forms of communication.
Video for Your Organisation...
Our Getting Started Guides to Video!
If you're new to video production, or maybe you have used video before but would just like to understand the process a bit more fully then we have prepared some handy guides for you.
Beginning Your Video Project is a beginners guide to getting your project started, and the steps you will need to take before filming begins. It covers areas such as aims and objectives, content, delivery and production schedules. We hope that more experienced users may also pick up some handy tips! You can read it in full here!
Our Guide To Video Production takes a step by step approach to the video production process, outlining and explaining important elements such as key themes and ideas, 'treatments' and scripts, key personnel and final delivery. In conjunction with 'Beginning Your Video Project' it provides a comprehensive introduction to the world of filming and video production, and will help you work more effectively with your chosen production team.
Read our Guide to Video Production here!