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Are your video stories connecting emotionally and intellectually with viewers?

Why do most people watch videos? They have a need or a problem and they want to learn how you will solve it. They want to learn. Or maybe they just want to be entertained.

Whether on a website, social media platform, or a video service such as YouTube your videos should connect with the viewer’s intellect, connect with them emotionally, and finally directi them to take action. This is the think, feel and do factor.

PWE-media will help you create an effective, efficient, and economical video story that will connect with your viewer.

Let’s talk about your next video project. Click here to schedule a free 30-minute one-on-one.

Coach Matt Doherty Speaker Reel
Supply Chain Brain Explainer
Bricz Corporate Overview-Trade Show
Tartan Residential Workforce Housing Promotion
Business Resilience Podcast Promo
Ilderton Conversion Van Commercial
Charlotte Area Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Conference Promo
Hope for India Non-Profit Newsletter Message
Mobil Smash Room Commercial
Tartan Residential-Multifamily Workforce Housing Presentation
Charlotte Area Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Conference-2:00 promo
Grateful Box Kim Angeli Testimonials
recorded via Zoom
Restore Power Washing Website/Social Media Promo
Xcerlerat Fuel Tabs Social Media Post
Nisha Pai Speaker Reel
Transformative Social Media Post – Recruiting
Ken Newbill Invitation to Better Health Website Promo
All Things Possible Non-Profit Website About
All Things Possible Family Interview for Fundraising
Electronic Apparatus Explainer
A Relatable Journey Podcast Promo
Live Event Video Demo
Housing Think Podcast – one of 20 in a series

Cerny Smith Assessment – Training

“The Road to Austell” was a documentary I directed & edited. It tells of the engineering, environmental and political challenges Norfolk Southern Railroad faced during the two and half years of development and construction.
Between 1999-2002 my team and I documented the entire project. We recorded day, night, and in various weather conditions. The project consisted of 12 location days and included 6 helicopter sessions using a Tyler front mount. We recorded over 15-hrs BetaSP footage and walked every square inch of the mile-long quarter-mile-wide site. The team included DP, Rick Presley, Location Audio Tech, Gary McCullough, DP, Phil Dodgen, DP, Charlie Roland, Post-Production Audio Wade Keever, Narrator Henry Ford, and Executive Producer & Writer Carol I. Noe. I hope you enjoy it.
I produced, directed, and edited all of these projects during my 20-year career at CIN Services, Inc in Matthews NC.
From 1989 to 2002 I produced, directed & edited over 40 videos for Norfolk Southern Railroad. Here are some of my favorites. Yeah I know some of them are long but the requirement for training was 12:00 minimum.
Click here for a 30-minute one-on-one