NYC Videographer | NYC Video Production Services

NYC VideographerJim Chan, a professional NYC Videographer, provides video production services for corporate businesses, media companies, academic & non-profit institutions, as well as artists, authors, public personalities, and families. I see each step towards a successful production. My goal is to help clients create great content that will engage with their audience.

Here you will find samples of videos I’ve created. They span a wide variety of productions.

I am available to work on-location. I also operate a video production studio located in the Financial District. Contact me to discuss your needs.

Types of Video Productions

• Corporate Videos (Presentations, Meetings, Training Videos, Business Profiles, Company Overview, Announcements)

• Branded Content/Marketing Video

• Culinary Arts
• News/Video/Magazine Journalism

• Commercials for web and broadcast, PSAs & Infomercials

• Documentaries (Shorts & Features including Behind the Scenes)

• Studio Video Production

• Event Coverage (Interviews & Sizzle Reel)

• Live Performances

• Kickstarter Videos

• Tradeshows/Conferences/Expos

• Social Media Video (Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Pinterest, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Instagram, Vine)

• Family & Wedding-Related Video (Save-The-Date, How-We-Meet, Proposals)

• Casting/Auditions

• Backstage/Behind-The-Scenes

• Video Screen Capture (Mac & iPad)

Featured Work

ClickZ Live, the world’s leading global digital marketing conference, was held at New York Marriott Marquis Times Square. Attendees share their biggest takeaways from this year’s conference.

A promotional video for Vuly Trampolines featuring Olympic Athletes at the 2015 Toy Fair Jacob Javits Center NYC. To the delight of onlookers, they demonstraated their skills while highlighting features of the new Vuly2 trampoline.

A special evening with Farmer and Friends: A Songwriter Supergroup at NYC’s The Living Room. This promo features interviews and performances from Mark Farmer, Ada, Charles Duke, Kara Ali, Mark Farmer, Mason Barto, and Ryan Convertini on percussion.