10 Tips for an Awesome Coffee Meeting

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The coffee meeting is the Swiss Army knife of networking. It’s a low-risk way to meet new people, swap advice, and lay the foundation for a more substantial relationship. If the concept of a coffee meeting is foreign to you, you only have to remember one guiding principle: never, ever… Keep Reading »


How To Ask People for Things Via Email: An 8-Step Program

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One of the golden rules of writing is: Respect the reader’s intelligence. This rule gets magnified by a factor of 10 when it comes to composing unsolicited emails. Most people who receive any significant quantity of email in a day have developed extremely refined bullshit detectors. They can identify an… Keep Reading »


Infographic Every Video/Photo Pro Should See

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There is a lot more to being a photographer than just shooting photos and applying a neat action or preset and impressing your parents with your mad Photoshop skills. This infographic created by Fotoseeds should be a required study for anyone interested in getting into photography. See the full post… Keep Reading »

Should I Buy That Big Expensive Camera?

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Aren’t we video guys always wanting to buy new video gear, but is that the best investment we can make for our freelance video business? Ramit Sethi, New York Times Bestselling author and blogger of “I Will Teach You to be Rich“, answers the question for us video guys…


Exit While You Still Can! Dangerous Client Ahead!

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Exit while you still can… Not that I can speak from much experience with yucky clients, but I suppose there might be one or two… This article sheds some really thoughtful light on this delicate topic… They ask you to blind-quote… They always seem to be in a rush… They… Keep Reading »


Freelance Finances : 3 Easy Steps

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“How do you keep track of your finances, receipts and invoice clients for your freelance work?” I often get asked this and I’m happy to reply because I’ve worked out a simple-as-pie 3 step process that is 90% automated! I think you’ll like this… 1. Track my time, send an… Keep Reading »


How to Kill Business Cards

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Cardcloud wants to kill business cards – I agree! Swapping contact details on bits of printed paper seems pretty archaic these days. It’s also inefficient. Getting the data from the cards into whatever email, contacts or CRM app you use is a pain, and once you do, the card itself… Keep Reading »


Should I Work for Free?

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Should I work for free? This is the question many of us creatives should ask ourselves before we start that next project….. You know when your friend starts up a really hipster band with their trendy folk-rock music, fancy retro vests, bohemian beards and skinny jeans? They call themselves a… Keep Reading »

Meet Brandon

Freelance filmmaker, video director at ROCKHARBOR Church, film blogger, husband, motorcycle aficionado and man with a first-rate beard. I travel the globe for cool project opportunities, epic adventures, or the chance to see something new.


Nick Sickelton (Graphic Designer)
Jonas Barber (Graphic Designer)
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Join The Lights (Non-profit Films)
Max & Molly Films (Wedding Videography)
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