The podcast dedicated to giving you a no-bullshit look at what it takes to build relationships through video. This is for the scared, the overwhelmed, the awkward as fuck, and all those who believe diy doesn't have to mean amateur but don't know where to start ...
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Jade helps legacy building ladies stand out and get noticed by consulting on their brand and styling, and providing editorial, vogue-esque photography and films.
Jade's mission is to help all women create emotional connections with themselves and then turn that into a brand that will cement their legacy, help them to get paid and achieve their biggest goals, desires and dreams.
Tors is a television professional, who studied all aspects of television production before launching her career spanning almost a decade. She's worked with a BAFTA nominated production team, has her own entry on imdb.com, and has even walked the red carpet several (terrifying) times.
She's had chips thrown at her by David Tennant (it was an accident, he's got terrible aim), she's interviewed some amazing actresses, and she attended the cast and crew screening of Empire Strikes Back at the grand old age of four.
Now she lives in south Wales with a large dog and a small cat, where she uses the knowledge she gained in her television years and beyond, to help online biz owners step in front of the camera and connect with their audience.
In this episode
If there's one thing I know, it's that looking good on camera is a big concern for ... well, pretty much everyone, and I secretly think anyone who says otherwise is lying. In this episode of Video Matters, I'm talking to Jade Hicks, a brand and styling consultant who provides photography and video services, where we discuss just that.
creating shape on camera
positioning the camera
biggest lesson learned
how brand impacts video
how she’s using video for her own business
feeling good on camera
"For me, there was going to be some mind shifts to be made for sure, around swapping from taking portraits to creating films." - Jade Hicks on #videomatterspodcast
"As a photographer, the biggest shift I had to make was the freedom that I had with film compared to photography." - Jade Hicks on #videomatterspodcast
"Give it plenty of light coming in from the front, that’ll fill in all the wrinkles, and it’ll give the nice shadow under the chin and light the rest of the face." - Jade Hicks on #videomatterspodcast
"Always give your customers a feeling, because at the end of the day it comes down to a feeling people get from you and your brand." - Jade Hicks on #videomatterspodcast
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