I will "fighter-pilot" your filmmaking career (yes, I just used "fighter-pilot" as a verb)
Does any of this sound you?
You self-finance a project you know is great and launch to little or no audience
You’ve done the festival circuit only to find out you just got paid in compliments and there were no buyers there to speak of anyway
You tried using social networks to promote your series/film to little or no effect
You're a freelancer working simply to pay the bills
You're selling your time for money instead of your ideas
You're spending so much time on gig-work you don’t have time for your own projects and there’s no end in site
You have this awesome project you know has legs but no buyers network to send it to
I hear the same thing from people all the time. The myth about being a filmmaker and a video creator is that you have to have a ton of connections, you need to move to LA, or you need to decide between making a living and quitting your dream of producing the work you know you're great at.
I've been creating successful web series' for large media studios and agencies for the past 15 years. For the past 2 years, I've been putting together everything I've learned about raising money, building an industry network and growing huge audiences... and now my new superpower is taking all that experience and helping working filmmakers and video creators build six, even seven figure businesses. I'll help you make your web series the subscriber machine it should be. I've made it super simple for you to get results and limit the time between stuck and unstuck.
My Bio: My experience grows out of being one the first to the party in digital content. I've created and produced web series for Disney, YouTube Red, MSN and Go90 and Universal Studios. I recently sold one of my web series' to Sony Pictures, for Sam Raimi (Spiderman Trilogy/Oz: The Great and Powerful/Evil Dead) and Joshua Donen (House of Cards, Social Network). I've produced multiple web series’ for large brands like Starbucks, Toyota and Verizon.