JeanCarlo Ramirez

JeanCarlo Ramirez

Images are an important part of your business arsenal and should be considered a crucial business asset. Images act as storytellers.  You can evoke an emotion, a dream, or a vision simply by using a well-placed carefully composed image. Visitors to your webpage will ‘read’ the images and in a split second, make a decision whether the rest of the content on your website is relevant to them or not.

When it comes down to the crunch you can lead a customer to your product online, but unless the image looks captivating and persuades the customer that they need your product or service in their life, the customer will drop off at the final moment and they won’t complete engage with your brand.

Companies will spend millions trying to develop the best products for their customers. But what a lot of companies seem to skim over is the production quality of their promotional content. We’ve all seen bad commercials, cheesy ads, and low-quality social media content. There’s definitely a time and a place for smartphone-captured content and user-generated video. But when you’re looking to showcase who your organization is or market a new line of products or services, don’t settle for low-quality, unprofessional video content which will, in turn, reflect poorly on your product. Hiring a professional video production agency increases the likelihood of obtaining high-quality content to post on social media and your website which enhances your brand’s image in the public eye.

Stories hold an important place in the human heart, and what separates a good production agency from a great production agency is its ability to tell a story that engages an audience. Take the most mundane product or service. When crisp, beautiful imagery is combined with the perfectly crafted voiceover or interview soundbites, a story is created and an audience is informed and captivated by your brand and the services you offer. When you hire a professional video production agency, you’re hiring professional storytellers who will engage new clients through the power of your brand’s story. JeanCarlo Ramirez is one of the leading professionals in the video production industry. He prides himself on being a storyteller. JeanCarlo is the founder and owner of  IndieHouse films which is a media production company based in Florida that has been up and running for about a decade. With clients like National Geographic, Ion Television, and the Hilton hotel under his belt, there’s no doubt in the ability of JeanCarlo Ramirez. IndieHouse Films provides an array of services to their clients Ranging from Marketing and brand design to web development and social media marketing. And of course the cream of the crop, their top tier videography, and photography services.

JeanCarlo’s goal is to create entirely unique and unforgettable films that are specific to each client.  He loves getting to know the client and bases his work on his observations in order to make it as personal as possible. JeanCarlo has mastered the art of visual storytelling. He never shies back from getting more creative and imaginative with his art. Jean Ramirez always provides his clients with the best service, whether it’s a multi-million dollar conglomerate or a nonprofit organization. Each piece of work is guaranteed to be held to the utmost of standards.

JeanCarlo has a very keen eye for detail. He always ensures that all elements within the photography blend together. From the lighting to the composition to the subject, and everything else in-between must work together harmoniously to convey the right vision or message.

Apart from his work in the media production industry Jean also loves to travel the world which is why he also world as a tour guide. While travelling the world and getting to know about different cultures and people Jean loves to document his experiences to share with the world. He uses his expertise in photography and videography to capture the essence of each place he visits into a photo. You can keep up with JeanCarlo’s incredible life on his Instagram @indiehousefilms