As You See It Video


filming and directing for tv news and documentaries

Tim Jones – journalist, cameraman, producerAs a BBC reporter then producer and shoot-edit cameraman I've worked with some big names in the business. I've worked on the One Show, on documentaries for BBC Wales and on the News At 10.

As a producer I spent time in Washington meeting President Clinton and as a Westminster reporter I met Margaret Thatcher, John Major and more.

I'm equally at home filming events and conferences, sporting events and interviewing ordinary people and putting them at ease to tell their sometimes extraordinary stories.

video production for large and small organisations

As well as freelance TV work, I've set up my company, As You See It Video, to use my years of exprience as a journalist, producer and cameraman to film videos for small-to-medium-sized businesses in Wales and the West of England.

I make corporate videos and product videos, videos about campaigns and informative videos – all of them tailored to my customers' business needs.

I've worked to make a whole series of short videos for the Landmark Trust about their historic buildings, I've worked with the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority to publicise a walking festival and a whole host of small businesses from bakers to bookshops. I enjoy getting the best out of whoever I interview and film and helping them get their message across in an engaging way.

using video to promote community action

Crickhowell TVVideo works just as well for community groups and organisations as it does for businesses.

I've worked to set up a local community TV channel, Crickhowell TV, which has raised the profile of local businesses from cafes, pubs and restaurants to craft producers and web designers.

I've made videos for individual businesses, as well as to promote the campaign for people to buy Totally Locally Crickhowell.

check out my YouTube channel

why choose video?

Video is where your customers are. YouTube is the second biggest search engine in the world and it has more than a billion users worldwide, so having a video to explain what what you do makes total sense.

The trick is to make short films which are user-friendly and snappy – think bite-sized chunks of video for use on your website and social media. It won't slow your website down, it will grab people who are short of time and it will be easy to share on social media.

video to explain your business

video to demonstrate your products

videos of your satisfied clients

video for fundraising

video for training

video to engage your community

news items and films for TV

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