Meet the team: Clint
At Bretom, we build agile, client-centric teams – the best strategic, creative and technical experts – for each brand development project to ensure we deliver maximum value for our clients. Each client has a single key contact so that they know who to call. But we thought you might like to know a little about our extended team so we’ve put together a series of short Q&As.
Clint is a wonderful member of the Bretom team; he’s relaxed yet organised which gives our clients confidence and puts them at ease, especially in front of the camera. He’s knowledgeable and always has good stories about the famous faces who’ve sat in front of his camera in the past week or so! Every project is important to Clint and at the end of each one he’s keen to ensure that everyone is happy with the videos he’s produced.
- What do you do?
I’m a Filmmaker and editor.
- Which Bretom project have you enjoyed working on most so far?
We recorded a series of monthly updates and talking heads for the Intelligent Office UK team in Bristol. It was an interesting challenge and those speaking to the camera did a great job because I learned quite a bit about their company and operations.
- Why do you like working with Bretom?
Mainly because they’re a friendly and talented team!
- Where do you get your creative inspiration from?
I find watching the work of other filmmakers, photographers, musicians, interviewers and documentary makers inspiring. I also find that keeping in touch with industry friends and colleagues, seeing them try new styles and types of work, pushes me to keep busy and try new creative ideas.
- Do you have a favourite brand?
Tough question! At this precise moment I will say Albam clothing as it was the last thing I bought (a nice coat) and the store looks very sleek and minimal, the clothes are lovely and all of the staff are very friendly and helpful when you visit the store. It would also be impossible to go through a single day without relying on Apple products; though I’m not sure I can call them my favourite brand.
- Is there a piece of advice that you give to clients/potential clients when you’re working with them?
The best advice I can give is to be as organised and prepared as they can; it’s also good to be clear on the purpose and location of the content that they wish to create. If they can give me a good coffee, it’s always a bonus!