Phillip’s career in media production is defined by his ability to understand how content can be used across all media. He brings to the client his knowledge of specifications, resolutions, and production workflows needed when creating and repurposing content for the internet, video, and print.
His musical clients can count on him to video their live performances or do an interview for posting online, design their CD cover and tie the artwork into their website presentation. When called upon to help with the marketing in a financial company, he worked within the confines of Microsoft Office to design promotions for a retirement funds seminar–difficult, but not impossible!
Phillip’s long time experience with Pathmark Stores allowed him to work under several job titles. In a photography position he was able and introduce cost saving measures for cross department proof reading workflows. He found and developed a successful relationship with a web development vendor that built and maintained the company website, and provided many programmed services (such as customer surveys and a weekly email newsletter). Without prompting, he assembled a team of coworkers to produce a weekend video shoot that the group hoped would lead to regular work creating cooking and promotional videos for the website. While this never came to fruition, the work was remembered, and when the need to create content for in-store video screens came about, he was able to leverage that experience and keep the advertising department from having to outsource such work at what would be vastly higher hourly rates.
He has become an all purpose design service for a one woman travel service, creating everything from luggage tags, business cards, folders, brochures, to her website and much more. This is a situation where Phillip has had to make any kind of content, from cell phone photos to web graphics look good for print.
While he can be a “one-stop shop” when budgets are small, he can also assemble teams of designers, illustrators or video editors to complete a job. But whether it is a simple logo or a small scale video production, Phillip has given corporate clients, independent performing artists, non-profits, and small businesses quality marketing and promotional materials beyond what they thought they needed or could afford.