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Well, hello.

And the name The Film Still? Wondering how that came about? Well, I like to drink whiskey. Whiskey is made in a still. A still is something that makes something great from a lot of different just ok things. So.... The Film Still is a company that makes films. It was also a play on words because I always gave my clients photos (stills) from their video shoots. And I do love a good pun.

So, you want to hear a story?

Like all good characters, The Film Still had a bit of a convoluted start. It got dreamt up sitting on a terribly unsupportive couch while watching Alone on A&E.

I wanted to take my photography business to the next level. I sort of knew how to make videos. Seems like a logical jump, no?

A few months and quite a few turns later, The Film Still became an LLC and my photography business was no longer a thing.  I was filming small businesses talking about their passions and their purpose in business. I worked with bloggers and life coaches, photographers and online magazines, realtors and loan officers. And I was having a blast doing it.

but then life happened

I needed to be home with my kids more. Leaving them with a sitter while I went to shoots or staying up so late at night editing that I was too tired in the mornings to have watergun fights and jump on the trampoline wasn't working for me. I still wanted to show them that a mom can be more than a mom, but I didn't want to do it at the expense of time with them.

so I decided to pivot just a little

I was still completely committed to giving clients video footage that they could use to market their brands on social media. I believe whole heartedly that video is only going to get more important in marketing - and it's already pretty freakin' important. But I also believe that shelling out the big bucks for full on brand films just isn't in the cards for some small businesses every year.  But that doesn't make those small businesses any less important. And it doesn't mean that they don't need video marketing.

So I thought and I planned and I drew pictures (because I'm a visual learner like that) and I came up with a new business model. Three ways to work with video at three different levels and price points.

stock video : Editing: Filming

Now I make sure anyone can use video to their advantage to create connections with ideal clients who become brand loyalists.

stories create connections
connections create followers
followers create clients



I may be slightly weird. But you're going to love my weird.


I like tacos. Probably more than like. Tell me you have tacos and I'm showing up. I even tried the taco diet once. It didn't work.

I like scaring the bejeezus out of my kids and capturing it on camera for later blackmail. Admit it, being a parent can be boring. So I need to entertain myself.

I get obsessive about the details. I once drove all over Houston looking for the perfect huge clear balloon to put glitter inside. And it had to be the big glitter. And a rustic gold color.

I'm from East Texas. The real East Texas. Not Houston East Texas. Like, piney woods, bible belt East Texas. So I have a smidge of an accent. I don't hear it, but people tell me it's there.

I make up lyrics to songs. And I throw lyrics (real or imagined) into everyday conversation. And into this website design as well.


Want to take a peek into my life? Every monthish I make a video for my kids. This is my latest.
(Well, I hope it's my latest. I may forget to update. Don't blame me. Life happens.)