Tom demonstrated an inherent aptitude for video scriptwriting with his first television commercial. Tom was tasked with writing a 15-second television spot with a two-day insertion date. With neither a budget nor the luxury of time to get local talent scripted and ready for a shoot, Tom decided the entire spot had to be done with graphics and sound effects, alone.
The results were excellent and the insertion date deadline was met, which greatly pleased the client. In fact, Tom's commercial was so effective, it was actually reproduced on broadcast television with a major production makeover for a national oil-change service three months after his commercial aired regionally in Georgia. Imitation is the highest form of flattery, they say.
Below is a sample of a video script Tom recently wrote and, as it turned out, directed (post-production). Again, due to budget constraints, the video was done with computer graphics, digital images, music, sound effects and a Voice Over. The client was extremely happy with the end product claiming, "Tom was awesome!" on his client review.