My name is Tim. I'm a visual storyteller from Salt Lake City. Being born and raised in Utah, I have a certain affinity for the outdoors, specifically the mountains that have always been in my back yard. I've been a videographer and editor for 4 years now, composing music for almost 10, and trying desperately to satiate my creativity as long as I can remember.
Working in the professional field has made one thing abundantly clear: I NEED to be challenged. Nothing sounds worse to me than sitting at a desk with nothing to do, but having to click around my screen to appear to be busy. Which is why I'm freelancing, I want to work hard when there's work to do, play hard when the work runs out, and get back to the grind. It's what I need. I'm a storyteller at heart, not a salesman; if you're looking for someone to list off FaB whilst gliding through flashy shots of your product, I'm not your guy. I tell stories that last, something that we can both look back on next year and say "yep, I'm proud of that one."
Blame it on 10 years of piano lessons, but I'm a bit of a perfectionist. Once there's a project on the docket I'm going to attack it until it's finished. After it's finished, I'm going back in until I own it. I believe the small details are what make the biggest difference and I'll go over a video with a fine-toothed comb to make sure it's right. For me, it's worth knowing everything is just as it should be before I label a project as "finished"
If that sounds like the kind of content you're looking for, feel free to contact me by filling out a form in my contact page and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
My rates will vary depending on the complexity of a project, but a good rule of thumb is $1500 per minute of finished video. This includes one revision and I'm open to a reshoot depending on the complexity of the shoot itself. I charge a non-refundable 15% deposit, 55% when I hand over the video for revisions/notes, and the remaining 30% upon final delivery.
Here's a small playlist of music that's stuck with me.
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