New LockState Product Videos: Remote Camera, Thermostat and WiFi Plug
As a freelance videographer, one of the things I constantly strive for is to build and maintain long-term relationships with my clients. It’s good to be hired for one-time projects and to deliver quality work on a modest budget, but it’s even more important to have a continuous partnership with a client, where they keep hiring you on a semi-regular basis to create new content – whether it’s product demonstration videos, events coverage, customer testimonials or promotional company materials.
Approximately 30% of my freelance video production work is comprised of repeat businesses from past clients, and it’s the kind of work I value the most. It reflects not only that these clients are happy with the quality of work I provide, but also that they trust me with bringing their vision to the screen in a way that is beneficial to their business and their customers. The more I work with a client, the more I understand their way of doing things and what they are looking for in a video, which allows me to produce even better videos. It’s an ideal and mutually beneficial situation for both parties, and I’m always looking for more business relationships of that nature.
LockState is a Denver-based company that specializes in development and sales of affordable remote-controlled devices and home and office security products such as door locks, cameras and more. I have produced dozens of videos for LockState over the last several years, and they have always been a fantastic client to work with. Below is a new batch of product demonstration videos I recently completed for LockState Connect, as well as an instructional video on how to set up a wireless network at home to control their devices.
And, as always, if you are looking for an affordable video produced for your company, non-profit or a community organization, feel free to get in touch with me!
LockState Remote Camera
LockState WiFi Thermostat
LockState WiFi Power Plug