Videographer Resume Sample

Updated on December 19, 2016


A resume for videographer position  is considered the main document that is taken under consideration by hiring managers.

There is very little evidence to the contrary.

This means that the resume needs to be a solid block of content that says more than just “I am available – hire me”.

And to make it this solid, here is how it should be created:



Videographer Resume Sample


Gregory Hudson

987 West Road | Virginia Beach, VA 85255 | (000) 988-5241 | greghud @email .com


Performance Summary
Quality-driven and award-winning Videographer with 15+ years’ progressive experience in filming, shooting and producing video content to meet different clients’ specific requirements. Place uncompromising focus on strategizing and aligning with digital and brand teams to identify content needed to meet company goals. Artfully edit raw footage to create powerful videos using a variety of software products. A pleasant and friendly individual with a highly approachable personality and a solid aesthetic sense.

Core competencies and knowledge base include:

✓ Storyboard Designing✓ Equipment Setup
✓ Advertising Support✓ Production Resource Management
✓ Video Composition Development✓ Ecommerce Support
✓ Camera Calibration✓ Location Scouting
✓ Lighting Management✓ Brand Enhancement
✓ Graphics Standards Elements✓ Casting Support

• Met a particularly close deadline by putting in double shifts for 3 days, and coming up with the required raw footage on time
• Chosen as the videographer to cover a huge state event, from a pool of 67 videographers
• Singlehandedly shot and edited a brand enhancement video, the outcome of which won accolades from the management
• Proved invaluable to a video project’s success, owing to immense contribution in editing and tweaking raw footage, in the absence of the videographer who was originally assigned the project


Memoire Events, Virginia Beach, VA | 6/2010 – Present

• Interview project managers or clients to determine their specific requirements for their event or brand coverage
• Provide suggestions regarding video compositions and prop setups in accordance with clients’ specific requirements
• Scout locations for video filming and set up cameras and related equipment according to established plans
• Record videos on location, save raw footage and edit it to make it aesthetically pleasing

Some Company, Virginia Beach, VA | 8/2004 – 6/2010

• Developed original concepts and designs and presented them in an aesthetic manner to assist clients in making videography decisions
• Included voice, music and sound effects to made shot and edited videos more profound
• Determined the right kind of camera equipment to use for each project
• Ensured proper calibration on all cameras
• Transported, set up and operated various production and recording equipment such as audio and video recorders, props and microphones

Videographer Assistant
Lemon Peel Events, Virginia Beach, VA | 2/2001 – 5/2004

• Collected and set up videography equipment by following set instructions for each project
• Ascertained that all cameras are properly calibrated and that any associated problems are communicated to the videographer
• Assisted videographers in scouting locations and explaining video concepts to actors and support staff
• Broke down sets at the end of each shift and ensured that all props and equipment was safely stored
• Provided support in post-production activities by providing input and assisting with logistics

Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Communications – 2001
Virginia State University, Virginia Beach, VA