The past few months have been busy, as I’ve scrambled to wrap up the first round of interviews and performances for Don’t Give Up Your Day Job (my documentary about the life experiences of working musicians) while taking on an increasing variety of projects for hire. Here are some recent examples.
These days, your presence (or absence) on the World Wide Web depends mostly on how frequently you post fresh information on your site.
With that in mind, I’ve been working with my web developer (and former Gannon student) Meilena Hauslendale on a top-to-bottom update of what used to be the Tom Weber Video Services website. The new site uses Wordpress software and allows me to update any section of the site at will. I hope that this will encourage me to post items more frequently.
The change reflects another reality of the digital age: technology has made the tools of video production so accessible and easy to use that there really isn’t much of a market for video production services any more. Pretty much any band or solo artists who wants a video can find a friend, neighbor, or family member to make it for them. If you have an iPhone, you can shoot a passable video, edit it and upload it to YouTube right from the phone.