Our Process

Patrick's 7-step process to help you answer five key questions:

  1. What role should video play in meeting our business goals?
  2. What types of videos do we need?
  3. How do we tell the most compelling story?
  4. Who or what should be the subject of our video(s)?
  5. What should our video marketing strategy be?

What To Expect


Stop worrying about what videos to create and how to put together social media assets. Stop stressing over what to say and how to say it. In fact, you don’t ever need to bother with what video you need to do next. We take care of all of it for you.


That's 12 months worth of video planning, content development, and marketing!



Every month we’ll plan, create and publish a video together. You’ll know the upcoming video shoots for month and months to come. If you need a little flexibility or want to capitalize on something happening in the marketplace we can make it happen!


The filming experience is fun and the editing and final production is painless.


I’ve spent the last few years building a process, breaking down barriers for clients, and writing a book on how to get the most out of your video marketing and what types of content you should focus on. Now I get to help you implement all of this and grow your business!


Whether it's social media assets or paid ads, you're setup for success.


See if it's right for you

Here's How It Works

Step 1: Story Discovery

For consultants like me, it’s important we perform market research and conduct interviews with key stakeholders to learn about our client’s business goals and marketing objectives as the very first step in developing a video strategy.

This is where we hear our client’s story in their own words. Even if you’re using internal resources for all of your video needs, I recommended you start with the story you want to tell.

Step 2: Developing the Video Strategy

The second step involves developing a plan that includes all the types of video(s) and video/story concepts you’ll need to meet your goals as well as suggestions for who to include in the videos and where to film your video session(s). It’s a good idea to plan ahead by determining what types of B-roll content you’ll need to have. (I’ll explain the importance of B-roll later.)

Quick tip: Don’t use an agency who uses a “cookie cutter” video plan for all of their clients. You want a plan designed with your company’s specific business and marketing goals in mind. At Fuller Story, we make recommendations for video themes, content, formats, etc., based on each clients’ organization.

Step 3: Filming Prep

During this step, you should draft the initial talking points (or scripts), flow, and imagery for each video you’re producing. We allow clients to edit to their heart’s content during this step, and we provide feedback along the way.

Step 4: Filming Session

The filming session can be the most fun part of the process—if you plan well. I recommended scheduling and preparing all participants for your filming session(s) beforehand so they’re as comfortable as possible. People tell us that our filming sessions are a lot more fun than they expected! I’ll share my tips for a successful (and fun) session.

Step 5: Editing & Revisions

This is where the real magic happens. It’s also the step where you’ll spend the most time. In this book, I’ll cover my tips and tricks for editing that will save you a ton of time.

Step 6: Video Production

During this phase, you’ll put the final touches on your video(s) and prepare them for publishing.

Step 7: Video Marketing

Once your videos are in the right format for sharing, you’ll be ready to use them in marketing campaigns and initiatives. I’ll provide an overview of how video marketing works in this book.

Looking to learn more?

Patrick wrote the book on video production, and goes in-depth with all 7 steps of our process, and even includes some insights into marketing, best practices, and the gear we use.




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