How can I help you?
I make promotional videos for small businesses from start to finish - concept and planning, shooting, editing, picking the music, colour grading, small scale graphic design and some basic, basic animation if needed. I do it all. A one stop shop if you will. I cover a range of specialities; food, brand stories, drone and product/studio videography.
Who's making magic?
When she’s not staring moodily into the lens of a camera, Emily Arnold is a talented creative specialising in creative content. She’s a story teller; a word smith, the woman behind the camera.
Coming from a photography/videography/event & engagement management background, she’s more than equiped with the skills she needs to turn everything she touches into golden content. Armed with a selection of cameras and a pretty fancy drone, alongside some pretty stellar writing skills, she will breathe life into whatever project she’s given. A fan of the quirky and adept at thinking out of the box, she’s the perfect person to bring your story to life, and she’s pretty good at talking about herself in third person too.
Emily has worked alongside many small local businesses in the Bay of Plenty including Bestow Beauty Oil, The Avo Tree, The Honest Platter, Honest Goods, Real Rad Food and Pretty Fly. Last year she made a series of testimonial videos for Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology showcasing their courses.
Emily has forged a strong relationship with the Little Big Markets team, filming several of their local events including Diner en Blanc, the Tauranga Coffee Festival, Christmas in the Park and Vegan Vibes.
She is also passionate about using her skills to help others. In 2016 she travelled to Cambodia to make a short film about the Cambodia Charitable Trust, a film which has been screened at an Auckland art exhibition and has also, rumour has it, been sent to Angelina Jolie and Ellen Degeneres (whether they actually watched it we will never know).