It seems like every 6 months there’s a new video platform to navigate, right? 2020 was all about the TikTok inspired Instagram Reels.
But how do you start with a new platform? How do you develop that confidence to record to camera? And how do you keep that momentum going?
Victoria Hutton is a freelance videographer and editor based in London.
After graduating she started her career as a trained journalist who tapped into video when technology became faster and more available.
She quickly became head of video production at Mumsnet, and HELLO! Magazine before launching her own company in 2019.
Victoria works with companies like GHD and Hello, while offering her expertise to influencers and independent businesses. Her entrepreneurial drive shows through in her #selfshootclub where she helps people become better at video with the kit that they already have.
Her '30 days of Reels Inspo' in September 2020 helped grow her own audience while helping people to harness the power of instagram video.
In this interview she discusses how businesses can harness social video, what you can do to stay relevant in an ever-changing environment and how to get over your fear of Reels!
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