Here’s something I brought over from my previous portfolios… A lot of well water equipment is complex and needs explaining. What better way to do that than with video?
This is a collection of videos I created for the company I currently work for, Aqua Science. They are an e-commerce website that focuses primarily on well water, and everything that goes along with it, such as filtration, water pressure applications, and drinking water.
So far, we have done a series of videos showing how to use certain projects, as well as on-the-job product installation, showing the DIY customer how easy it is to install products. I am their in-house web and graphic designer, and creating instructional and promotional video is a large part of that. Visit their website to see more of my practical work on display.
Nikon D610, Nikon D7100, GoPro
Adobe Premiere Pro (main sequence editing), Adobe After Effects (title sequence)
Submersible Well Pump Installation
This video was filmed on-location at a new house build, who needed a submersible well pump installed as their primary water source. While it was done by the professional service technicians, it was made so that the DIY customer, Aqua Science’s primary customer group, could see the process of preparing and installing a submersible well pump. This was filmed with the help of fellow coworker Derrick, and edited by me.
Whole House Filtration Installation
This video was also done on-location at a different house, showcasing the installation of a whole-house water filtration system. It too is meant to showcase the ease of installation for the DIY customer.
Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Installation
This video is in the same house as the one above, but this one is showcasing the installation of an under-sink reverse osmosis drinking water system. By the way – I highly recommend getting one! It makes your water taste pristine, is incredibly easy to install, and costs way less than you think – less than $200! (Okay, I’m all done advertising)
Valve Head Programming Videos
The following two videos show how to program control valves for water filtration. They’re simply voice-over instructional videos, so feel free to watch if you’re in the mood to do some learnin’!