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Chris' innate creative intuition and artistic eye paired with his education/training experience formed a solid foundation for him to step into his role as a digital imager/animator/compositor. Chris brought a fearless approach to learning new ways to expand his skill set and incorporate those learnings into his work.
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Chris has a B.S. degree in Character Animation and is a motion graphic artist/video production specialist who has worked in the production industry for 15 years. He has used his diverse experience to build stunning visuals for clients ranging from small business owners to television networks.
In his spare time, Chris enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. In his spare spare time, Chris likes a good game of ball.
Simple DIY Green Screen and Lighting Hack
that will make you look like a pro
One of the main things I knew I needed in my studio office was a green screen set.
As a one-man production company working from home (with a wife and three kiddos), I needed something that would meet these five requirements ...
When I first started doing freelance motion graphics and video editing work for people, I found very little information on how to set my freelance rates.
What I did find was all over the board with no real answers as to what the acceptable rate for freelance work was.
While there are some helpful charts (and here), articles, and forums that help give a general idea, the variability between freelancers' rates is huge.
You don't want to set your price too high or the client will walk away (or laugh). Neither do you want a rate that is too low or it might devalue your work.
It's a tricky place to be.
Here are a few practical things I've learned to set my freelance rates... Read More Here
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How to be a More Successful
One of the biggest mistakes I made when I became a full-time work-from-home freelance artist was on the business end. I just thought because I knew how to do my job, everything else would fall into place. I didn't have a good plan.
Looking back I can see how optimistic (crazy) that was. It was feast or famine. Mostly famine.
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