Bright Ideas in Digital Content Creation, and More

Concept • Planning • Production • Post • Delivery • Distribution

Copywriting • Directing • Shooting • Lighting • Audio • Editing

Composing • Color Correcting • Compression

I tell stories, and I can help you tell yours. Stories are everywhere, and in everything. Promotional videos, corporate events, convention presentations, infomercials, 30-second advertisements, weddings, short films, hour long documentaries, prime time dramas, half-hour sit-coms, 5-minute webisodes, multi-part feature film epics – these are all stories! I have done most of them, I want to do more of them, and I love doing all of them. I want to help you tell your story, and I want you to rest assured that I have the training, the skills, and the expertise to do just that.

I am Greg Wyatt, the Pseudogenius.

I don't pretend to be a genius, but I'm the next best thing.

 

 

October 15th, 2006

I finally figured out how to advertise what I do, and you can read that above. It still comes across as a bit much, but then I suppose I do a bit much. I have to admit, it does look a little overwhelming – but how else am I going to express to potential clients all I can do?

And how do I express that this list is more than just “can do”? This is “What I Do” on an almost daily basis, and a lot more that would just look silly up there. I have a lot of additional, non-production skills that help me either get a better grip on your concept, or allow me to find a new angle on it. For instance, my extended qualifications include:

        Teaching computer classes to all knowledge levels on all subjects

        Fully certified computer maintenance technician

        Uncertified but experienced video equipment technician

        Experienced on camera host and reporter

        Electrical

        Research

        Acting

        Singing

        Playing a mean harmonica

        Cooking like a gourmet chef

I’d like to think that my computer background allows me to understand highly technical or scientific project quickly, and allows me to work more closely with the client to tell their story more effectively.

On the other hand, my artistic background helps me connect with creative clients and abstract project and help that story successfully.

Looking at it another way, I am able to relate to both the technical and artistic, make a connection with the project, and find new and inventive ways to tell the story so as it make the technical understandable, the artistic approachable, the bland appealing, and the abstract tangible.

Oh, but wait, there’s more! I’d never include them in my professional resume, but I’ve also been dabbling in model making, latex mask molding, set design & construction, puppetry, and web design. These skills, though underdeveloped, also help me when working with experts in those specific fields. In other words, if you need a set built, I’ll know the carpenter is doing a good job.

That’s all for now. Thank you for reading, and I hope to work with you soon.

-Greg Wyatt

greg@pseudogenius.com

 

2005 pseudogenius studios