Frontman Media - 8 YEARS AND STILL GOING STRONG IN THE BUSINESS
Since 2010 our video production company has been working in the music scene, shooting, directing and editing professional quality music videos at very competitive rates. With well over 300 music videos under our belt, you can count on our experience and knowledge to deliver top quality product and top quality service from our music video production. We are creatives at heart and we love what we do and it shows in every aspect of our product and services. We care about those we work with and we want your video to look just as good as you do, so we always give 100%.
My name is Kerry Porter, and I have a passion for this work I do. I've always been involved in the music scene throughout my whole life, playing in bands and going to shows and loving the music scene and just everything about music. In 2010 I had made two music videos for a small band I played bass guitar in, called "The Good Bites". I had never made any music videos before but I had a cheap camera and some cheap editing software so we just decided to go for it, excited to just have any video at all. To my surprise, they actually turned out pretty decent for never having done it before. I posted that video just above this excerpt. I'm the guy in the pink pants haha.
Not too long after I made those videos, I lost my regular 9-5 job of 8 years after the company I worked for at the time decided to move up to northern California. In my never ending search for a new job, a couple friends told me I should try pursuing video production since the two videos I had made were not bad. The thought seemed ridiculous to me at first. But then as time went by and I was still having trouble trying to find a decent job, I finally decided to try and give it a shot. I spoke to one of my friends who is a successful wedding videographer and asked him how he got started. After that talk with my friend I had a new outlook on everything. A couple weeks later I spent almost all the money I had on a professional camera and a few lights. I shot some free videos for a few friends bands so I'd have some work to show on my cheesy new website. I then started placing daily ads on Craigslist and within a couple months shot my first official video for $400 down in San Diego, CA. The rest is history.
I'll always appreciate those people that took a chance on my "$400 video deal" in those first couple of years and I still appeciate all the new people I work with today and will continue to meet in the future. Shooting music videos is always an adventure and in working with so many different types of people, there are always lots of different dynamics involved and I definitely feel this kind of a career isn't for everybody. Fortunately, it's definitely for me!