See what past clients have said about Filmspire.
"The Pork Peanut & Pine Festival was looking to have a promotional video that could be used to advertise the yearly event. The festival committee determined a video was needed to represent the event accurately and Filmspire was hired to create a video to better brand the festival in today's world of digital media. Taylor Quinn specifically focused on many of the significant parts of the festival that needed to be part of the video. Filmspire spent all day that Saturday at Chippokes Plantation State Park for the 2016 festival in order to film the event. Taylor's understanding of capturing specific aspects of the festival and his expertise in editing film delivered a professional, promotional video that truly captivates the audience and it will encourage and inspire many to attend the festival for years to come."
-Jonathan J, Pork Peanut & Pine Festival
"Taylor's vision and creative eye are UNPARALLELED! He has this knack for finding out what your passion is and making it his too. He did an amazing job of producing a promotional video for my business and I look forward to doing more work with him in the future. Phenomenal work done by a phenomenal person. You can not go wrong in selecting Filmspire for your needs!"
-Matt B, S3E Performance Fitness
"Taylor and his team took my vision for our company's 50th anniversary video and truly brought it to life. They were easy to work with and accommodating with a few schedule changes on our end. I highly recommend using Filmspire for all of your video production needs."
-Mary L, Carreras Jewelers
"Taylor worked magic to bring together the parents and students we worked with to create the four amazing videos about our firm, motivating folks to take our assessment. He also had the challenge of working with me on camera - not easy. The project turned out great. Taylor has a unique ability to listen and then turn thought into living images with a compelling message. Give Filmspire a shot - you won't be disappointed."
-Tom L, Optimum Ed