Corporate work

Got a story tell or a product to sell? You’ve come to the right place.

I’m Josh and I’m a videographer based in Newcastle, covering the North East and beyond.

What corporate videos do you shoot?
In the corporate space, I’ve produced a wide range of internal and external comms products ranging from the decommissioning of an offshore wind farm to large conferences/events and CEO messages. Clients include Greggs, the National Trust and Eon. I also shoot weddings.

Are you just a camera operator/editor?
No. I’m an experienced and qualified comms professional. I worked as a videographer and broadcast journalist for both ITV and Sky before becoming a government press officer. I went on to manage an internal comms team and now lead a team of video producers who create internal and external comms and marketing content for a large government department. So I’m really well-placed to advise on video messaging and target audiences.

What kit do you use for corporate videos?
I operate two Sony A7 mirrorless cameras with a range of professional G Master and Zeiss lenses, microphones and lights. For more specialist requirements, my kit includes a drone (I’m a licensed commercial drone operator), autocue, gimbal (or ‘stabiliser’), motorised slider and GoPro cameras.

How much do your videography services cost?

Each job is different. I need to factor in time spent preparing for a shoot, including planning, consultation, kit preparation and travel. But as a ballpark:

Shooting day rate (up to eight hours): £375
Half day (up to four hours, minimum charge): £250
Editing: £275/day

What area do you cover?
I provide corporate video production and event videography services in Newcastle and across the North East, including Sunderland, Durham and Middlesbrough. I’ll of course travel further, including Cumbria, North Yorkshire and Scotland – or further for large projects!

Every video project is of course different, and so is the cost. For example, drone footage will incur an extra fee (I am a licensed commercial drone operator), as will a corporate music licence.

Let’s talk it over!