Who is Brian Hunt? Simply put I am a digital story-teller using video as my medium.
For the past ten years I have followed my passion for video, giving me the skills to become a video professional. Now my passion is my career.
I specialize in all aspects of video creation and as my branding says, "shoot-edit-deliver."
SHOOT• I am highly skilled in all areas of video production including HD shooting, lighting, and audio recording. From shooting in a green screen studio environment to remote on-location shooting, I can do it all.
EDIT• As a post-graduate in film and TV post production I have a range of skills in video editing, effects and motion graphics.
DELIVER• I am constantly learning new methods and ways to get video out to the masses. This in turn gives the best possible exposure for my clients, from web videos for small business, to podcasts, to HD broadcast.
I work closely with my clients to understand their objectives, exceed their expectations, and achieve their goals. Working as a small team I keep my overheads low, ensuring that client budgets go directly to their productions, and I re-invest in our clients with the goal of long-term relationships where each production exceeds the previous.
I see myself as part of your team, and endeavor to understand your branding, marketing objectives and desired results long before we pick up a camera. I deliver innovative concepts to ensure your vision is captured and enhanced. And I personally manage all areas of the process from pre- through post-production, to ensure your investment earns the dividends you deserve.
April 28th 2009
Ontario Canada / CapeTown South Africa
P2 footage to Digi Beta by Brian Hunt 10 years ago I have client that needs the final delivery on Digi beta at 1080 24p I will be shooting on P2 with my HVX200 and was hoping somebody would have some recommendations and the best work flow and how I sh
Re: P2 footage to Digi Beta by Dave LaRonde 10 years ago Brian Hunt "I have client that needs the final delivery on Digi beta at 1080 24p" I hope that's incorrect. Digibeta in a standard-definition ONLY tape format, 720x486, 29.97 interlaced frames second.