Sharable, savable, and charming, stop motion videos are created simply yet look impressive to consumers. And sure, they may look daunting to you, too, but don’t stress! I’ll show you just how accessible a stop motion skill set is and allay your fears through various examples.
Video is here to stay, and it makes sense as it consistently outperforms still photos across digital marketing. Many clients no longer rely on traditional photo shoots to meet their marketing needs, and more and more brands have turned to motion to help them establish a presence online. I’ll show you how to add stop motion services to your offerings and protect your biz from future shifts in the industry.
From large, lucrative partnerships to incredible opportunities with smaller brands and smaller contracts, stop motion projects can flex to meet your bandwidth and skill level easily. We’ll pull out our calculators and go over real project quotes so you can see the revenue opportunity and how to price yourself as an expert in this niche.
Stop Motion videos take less time to create and demand a higher price point than traditional photography projects. Don’t believe me? Tune in to see how in half the time a traditional shoot would have taken me, I made stop motion videos that brought in two and a half times as much profit!
We’ll discuss intentionally building a portfolio that attracts your dream partnerships by getting strategic on how you describe your aesthetic and style as a creator so clients know what to expect from working with you - and how you’re different than all the rest.
• You’re an ambitious, business minded creative with big dreams, and you know an untapped gap in the market that will set you apart when you see one.
• You want to add a new revenue stream from your home studio, offering you the flexibility to incorporate new skills on your own terms.
• You are talented enough to be your clients’ secret weapon for creating profitable, on brand content. You just need a few extra skills and resources to make it happen.
• You want to create a job you actually love, with actual work-life balance, and maybe even do it at home in your pajamas if you feel like it. Not when the lighting is just right or when the studio has availability.
Throughout the last 10 years, I’ve created animated content for some of the world’s biggest brands while working as a freelancer, director of a creative studio owned by the New York Times, and for my own boutique creative studio, Oui Create.
This masterclass is a behind-the-scenes look at how I was able to quit my agency job and scale a stop motion studio in under 2 years, at varying skill levels, from the studio in my apartment in LA.