In this episode, I'm chatting with my friend Holly Gillen, who is the founder of Holly G Studios.
Hear how Holly's life reflection at 30 years old led her to start her own production business.
Holly empowers modern online entrepreneurs, thought leaders and influencers to go from confused to confident and from fearful to fearless on both sides of the camera.
She teaches them the skills they need to create not just videos, but Business Cinema™ Business Cinema is the way that she likes to describe the next level video. Video with a plan, a purpose, a strategy, and a system. Not just creating a video for the sake of creating a video, but creating videos that actually move your business forward.
Holly started her career video production in 2008 as a Camera Operator, Producer, and Editor working with big industry names including the Sundance Channel, Sony Music, Nick.com, HBO, Bono, Big Time Rush, Forest Whitaker and many others.
Her skills and experience run the full gamut from Producing and Directing to Shooting and Editing, and she has translated those skills into a range of educational courses and services to support entrepreneurs in their quest for video success.
Put those earbuds in and listen right away but if you want a sneak peek of what we talk about during this episode, here you go:
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