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These explainer videos garnered almost a half million views — and counting!

With over 350,000 Youtube views and counting, PC Liquidations from Jacksonville, Florida has made a BIG splash!   JUMBO size!  PC Liquidations used this video to help explain the different quality grades of their laptops.  It was even played at the Jumbo Shrimp games on the stadium “jumbotron” monitors!

I also made a few other explainer videos of their different product lines, including monitors and desktop computers.  With only a few days to deliver, I helped them with the script and also provided all the graphics, animations, and background music.

If you have never heard of PC liquidations I encourage you to check them out online they offer excellent value of refurbished computers, monitors, and other peripherals.  They also provide free shipping passed a certain price threshold and can ship across the US and internationally.

You know the benefits of having a clear FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) page on our website. It will reduce calls that tie up your sales and customer service, saving your company countless hours and letting your staff focus on what they do best! Explainer videos are like FAQs page but even better because with video you can tell and show more in less time, which will save your company even more time and money.
Aaron Belchamber - Video Production Jacksonville FL
Aaron Belchamber
25+ Years Business Growth Consultant (among other things)

Explainer videos are an effective way to communicate a lot of details to consumers. They help people visualize and understand quickly more useful information about the product or services a company has to offer.

I was just provided an outline with some bullet points, their logo in vector format, and some videos and stills of their product.  After a couple of back and forth proofs, we settled on this as a final product.

Small businesses can benefit from using the web to hire agencies from around the country to provide video production, editing and custom animations.  Since I  was provided images and some videos of the products, PCL saved time and money by reusing what they already had.

My job was to make their explanations presented in a way that could show people clearly the main takeaways.  These explainer videos saved their sales people and customer service reps a lot of time having to explain the details repeatedly to different customers.

Need a fast explainer video for your product or service?

FAQs sections of a website are very effective in reducing customer service calls. Imagine if your Frequently Asked Questions page also had easy-to-follow explainer videos that could reduce calls from confused customers?

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If you are looking for freelance video production, video editing or 3D animation services I offer creative and quick turnaround!  I’ve produced hundreds of videos, animations and other digital marketing materials like these explainer videos for broadcast, events and the web.  For companies from Fortune 300 to small, local Mom & Pops.

I have over 25 years experience with the Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut, Autodesk 3Ds Max, Blender, among other tools.  I am a proud member of the Blender Studios community.


Chiropractor Video Production

Here is an event loop video for Chiropractic Economics Magazine in Jacksonville FL.  As a freelance videographer, video editor and 3D animator I produced all the shots, animation, editing, and even the closed captioning.

This video runs about 18 to 25 minutes and demonstrates how videos on a loop can be ran on multiple televisions at trade show booths, or in lobbies. The company this video was made for specializes in providing information, content and connections within the chiropractic industry.

 

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If you are looking for freelance video production, video editing or 3D animation services I offer creative and quick turnaround!  My name is Aaron Belchamber and I started in media production as a graphic designer in 1995.  Since then, I’ve produced hundreds of videos, animations and other digital marketing materials for broadcast, events and the web.  For companies from Fortune 300 to small, local Mom & Pops. 

I have over 25 years experience with the Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut, Autodesk 3Ds Max, Blender, among other tools.  I am a proud member of the Blender Studios community.  I leverage my senior cloud software engineering experience and set up my own render farms including Backburner and Blender’s Flamenco.


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I definitely love the Wounded Warrior Project and other non-profit organizations that focus on helping veterans.  I look to volunteer through mentoring, helping guide veterans to different new career tracks, and I also provide steep discounts for freelance video production and editing for non-profits.  I’ve even provided services on trade for some local companies, gladly trading my video production and web services for restaurant tabs, pavers, and even a new roof!

As a former veteran I know how difficult the transition to civilian life can be.  I know what the business and labor market is like here as well.  Though I made it to the final interview round, I didn’t make it.  I ended up with a job that paid a lot more but the lingering regret that I was rejected made me sad.  Who was missing out more, them or me?  Who could I have helped and made a difference in their lives if I was chosen?

I certainly hope the person who got the job brought with them a passion for helping veterans that for me is there but strangely I see no outlet to help veterans with my skills as a senior video producer, editor and animator AND a senior software cloud engineer.

Jacksonville and Northeast Florida is a challenging job market

I work remotely for an amazing company, but far outside of the Jacksonville, Florida market.  Coming to Jacksonville from a different state, I quickly learned a lot about the employment marketing in Jacksonville but I won’t share much of my observations here but only feel I must stress that it is challenging to find work here.  Jacksonville and North East Florida in general is a highly-competitive labor market which underscores the real challenges veterans who end up in this market will encounter.  I know first hand what Jacksonville is like but after 10 years here I must say it’s a nice place to live but I’m not sure you’re going to work here!

Some dare to complain about the speculation, angel-investor, equity-backed, old-money, tight-knit, old-thinking business environment I’ve encountered throughout the Jacksonville area.  I will say Jacksonville is not as hospitable of a job market in many senses regarding pay and job security compared to similar markets throughout the US.  The disposable mentality towards workers seems disproportionate here.  I’ve heard it enough from fell software engineers, videographers and graphic designers that Jax is a pretty nice area to live and raise a family but in the professional career realm it’s frequently not what you know and how competent and trustworthy you are, it’s who you know.

Here was my pitch that got me to the final round of interviews along with some of the video samples you’ll find on my homepage.

HOOAH! Why choose Aaron for video?

I have over 20 years experience in video and media production as well as a deep understanding of how organizations can use powerful tools to leverage the web to scale and accomplish business priorities and goals.


We only have ONE chance to make a first impression!

You may have a great idea but how do you bring it all together? That’s where I come in!

When I was a crew chief and helicopter repairer in the U.S. Army, I started shooting video out the side of my aircraft for fun. It was great because I could share the experiences I had stationed overseas in Germany with my friends and family back home.

After 5 years of honorable service, I got out and started in the newspaper business as a graphic designer at the Cape Coral Daily Breeze. Believe it or not, I’ve had videos playing on websites since 1997! Thereafter, I started shooting local cable TV and have been producing videos for TV and the web ever since!