Video Business Cards

It's no secret that people prefer to do business with others that they "know, like and trust".

A Video Business Card is an effective introduction video that highlights who you are, what you do and why others should consider working with you.

Your Video Business Card can be attached to your email signature, your website or blog, your Facebook page, LinkedIn profile and YouTube channel.

Production Information

A Video Business Card typically is filmed in front of our "green screen" in the comfort of your home or office.  That's right, we come to you. You decide if you would prefer a "front-facing" video, where you talk to the camera (via a teleprompter), or an "off-camera interview", which is more casual and some say, a bit easier.  Either way, we'll coach you along the way.


30-second production:
In-studio shoot & edit: $675

Add Custom Motion Graphics: Add $175

60-second production:

In-studio shoot & edit: $835

Add Custom Motion Graphics: Add $300


  • 30 minute studio session
  • Coaching and instructions
  • Teleprompter
  • Basic or Deluxe Editing package
  • Design of Video Business Card "face"
  • Delivery as .mp4 file for Internet use
  • Assistance/instructions on how to add it to your social media websites

From the initial concept to the final delivery, we produce high quality, HD professional video for individuals and business professionals, as well as organizations and industries of all sizes and types.



We shoot with professional HD cameras, lighting and audio equipment. 

For excellent, affordable HD footage, we have two Panasonic HMC150's.

Upon request, and for an extra charge, we have access to a Red Epic Camera kit.

Green Screen Studio

We have a portable green screen for us to be able to come to your home or business.

Local businesses can take advantage of the green screen, which allows us to drop out the green background so we can easily insert any footage or image behind the subject, creating a professional effect for any style of video.

We have a portable green screen, as well for road trips.

© 2012 Greg Kuper