Promotional Videos



CLIENT: 
Barchart, a market data technology firm

PROJECT:  Conference highlight video

SERVICES:  Concept, content, editing, final production

In addition to working on the planning, visual identity, website, promotion and program decks for Barchart's annual FinTech Exchange conferences, I recommended creating an event highlight video that could be used on the website and for future marketing efforts.

Using provided video and interviews, as well as pulling together some onstage program clips, the goal was show an overview of the event and give viewers a feel for the day, in addition to providing a few topic details to keep the video from being too generic.



App and API Product Overview Videos

CLIENT: Barchart, a market data technology firm

PROJECT: App and API overview videos

SERVICES: Concept, script, editing, final production

Barchart won two awards for their technology: one for their Barchart.com app, designed to help users get real-time financial data and news on the go; and the other, for Barchart OnDemand, their easy-to-use financial data APIs.

These two videos highlight key features, content, and how the APIs can be implemented.

After creating the outline and script, we did some simple filming in the office, then I worked with the VO artist, researched b-roll, added the music, and did the final edits/production.

event scripts and speeches

Scripts and Content

When you're doing an event presentation, or need a deck for training purposes, the important first step is deciding on the goal for the project. What's the main message? Who's the audience? What do you want them to know? What should they do next? We'll collaborate to determine the best goal, talk over the time limit and other parameters.

For an event, experienced speakers know that reading from a script is the fastest road to boring your audience. Boring means people will look at their watches, check their phones, nod off—so they not only won't hear you, they will have a not-so-positive image of your company as well.

Outlines are great. Conversational is best. Keeping things concise and streamlined, essential.

Whether it's an executive presentation or a sales tool, I aim to create a 'voice' and tone that's in line with the speaker and firm, and work with you to put together content your audience will want to know—and remember.