Let’s start by first understanding what a watt is. A watt is a measure of energy flow; energy that we can use to generate power. Going back to when I was a kid growing up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, I had lots and lots of energy – I was a young powerhouse! I moved to Ireland to pursue what I love the most: a life of creativity and performing arts. I’m still very energetic and extremely creative, which has fueled my ambitions, honed my skills and helped me fervently chase after my goals. After striving to gain my Design Media qualification, I’ve decided to put everything I am and all I know into opening a business that reflects who I am and what I love. Back home we say, ‘this kid is 220.’ What we mean by this expression is, ‘this kid has loads of energy!’ I am 220, and so my business is 220 Watts Video Production. Between my energy in the company and yours as a client we will generate power that really works! Join the Watts! Marco Pessanha
This is Paul Wyatt’s trailer for live stage production is part of a new wave of theatre promotional activity, just loved the simplicity of the video with affects and the glamor of a theater play. This is one more sign that video productions is no longer just recording and editing a video but have the artistic behind of the production. The way they’re doing it is with creative video and behind-the-scenes promotional material. The National Theater’s highly active YouTube channel entices an audience in with behind-the-scenes clips from shows in production as well as show trailers distributed across their social media network. Paul Wyatt has been working as a creative director and filmmaker for over 15 years with an enviable roster of clients such as the Royal Society of Art, Universal Music, UAL and Made by Many. He’s recently been collaborating with award-winning drama school Fourth Monkey their ensemble production of Elephant Man with a specially shot and produced trailer for the production which had a much acclaimed launch at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and is supported by the Arts Council. Wyatt combines After Effects, Premiere Pro and filmmaking skills to produce a visceral trailer which gives the viewer a feel for the production. Find out more about the play at www.fourthmonkey.co.uk.