Full Service video production

You need a lot of equipment to be a full service corporate video producer. We have all that. In house. Including motion graphics and a 2-bay editing facility. Which means we can hit the ground running. High resolutions cameras, fluid-head tripods, color variable LED lights, tungsten spots, soft boxes, repeatable motorized sliders, jibs and tele-prompter etc.

At Market Share Video we work with you, and on your schedule. If you know what you need and perhaps have a script, we’ll make sure that you get the film you are aiming for. However if you need us to, we will imagine, write, film, edit and produce that video, for the web or for broadcast – underwritten by years of experience in advertising, marketing and video production. Our passion is our craft.

Either way, you can be sure that every step of the way, from our first contact to the final video, we will go the extra mile to help you reach your targets. As we say, we provide a full service.

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How it works - Market Share Video's simplified guide to full service video production

Market Share Video

    Market Share Video was created in 2014 by David Newton Dunn specifically to meet the growing need for video production specialists in business videos.

    The shift to digital, represented a seismic change in the video production and meant that even small companies could now create high quality video to be seen by clients and potential customers nationwide –  even world wide. Prior to the web, broadcast was the only (expensive) way to reach large audiences. 

David Newton Dunn

    David is an all round video specialist with over 30 years experience in all aspects of video production, including creating, scripting, lighting, directing, filming, NLE editing and producing motion graphics.

    Originally from London, England, David worked for  Benton & Bowles advertising agency before moving to Paris to work as a freelance photographer for the Institute of French Architecture and the George Pompidou Centre.

David Newton Dunn

    In Paris, he started a visual effects company called Images Pressées using photography, video and computer graphics to create special effects and animated titling sequences for advertising & television. High-end photo-shoots, corporate videos, animatics and linear editing followed with Ex Machina and Centreville Television, Paris’ premier video Post-Production facility.

    He moved permanently to the USA in 2007.