We had the good fortune of connecting with Kevin Bianchi and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Kevin, why did you decide to pursue a creative path?
I always enjoy creating and watching videos so it made sense to pursue an education and career in videography. The one thing I absolutely enjoy is watching the final result of the video. On the professional side it is always rewarding to exceed the clients expectations both creatively and technologically. When I make videos for my social media though I allow myself to try new things and enjoy my followers & subscribers reaction to the content I make.
What should our readers know about your business?
My business is to film, edit and make projects for my clients a reality. I live and breathe video production 24/7 and strive to make all of my clients happy with the work I do. From the first time they work with me they not only become more at ease but start to get into the production of the shoot. Even during post production when they see the early drafts of the project they are impressed not only with themselves but with the fast turn around time and high quality of the videos. How I got to where I am at now is through word of mouth and a vast portfolio of a variety of projects ranging from narrative, documentaries, commercials, news pieces, corporate, medical, real estate, model, etc. In short I always try to work on different projects to give my clients a different look/feel for their project and always bring in the top of the line film & audio equipment to tell their story. Like anything that is worth having getting to where I am now was not easy and it took a considerable amount of time so patience for new and existing clients is key to a successful business. If a client was not able to hire me for this week I would do my best to reach out to other existing and new clients to see if they were in need of my services. Thankfully I have enough clients to keep myself occupied to continue sharpening my skills as a videographer/editor.
Let’s say your best friend was visiting the area and you wanted to show them the best time ever. Where would you take them? Give us a little itinerary – say it was a week long trip, where would you eat, drink, visit, hang out, etc.
I would more than likely take them to Hermann Park to experience the Museum of Natural Science & Art. Every year there is always a new exhibit that astonishes and broadens the mind. I would also take them to Game Over Videogames to get some old school video games and give them a bit of nostalgia…I still have the Nintendo 64 & Sega Dreamcast from my childhood. Before the pandemic I would more than likely introduce them to my friends at one of my small get togethers where we would play video games, enjoy some food & drinks and watch some bad movies all while hanging out and mingling.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I wouldn’t be where I am out without the loving support of my family and my close friends. Throughout my journey they pushed me to better my craft and encouraged me to embrace what truly makes me happy. Granted my journey has had its ups and downs but I wouldn’t change a thing. Every choice I have made in my career as a videographer has been a step forward in how I operate and handle each project. Throughout this journey my mother and father as well as my best friends Brandon aka Meanmug713 & Julia have been there every step of the way. I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for them.
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