I started his love of video work way back in the year 2000 when I made my first home movies with an old VHS-C mini camcorder. Since then the technology has improved and I have kept apace. In 2003 I got a degree in Multimedia Design which included video production. Today I edit video almost every day. Most of this work goes towards making acro videos for this website. I have also many times helped other on their video projects.
Video is a complex medium and there is a lot to know: resolution, frame rate, shutter speed, bitrate, film speed, codecs, filters, lighting, the list goes on and on. Because of the complexity there are few people with the experience, the patience, or the right hardware and software to get a video project done right and within a reasonable amount of time. That is where I come in.
Maybe you have a video project and you don't know where to start or you don't have time to do it justice and you would like to pass it on to someone who can do it right. Maybe you have hours of footage to go through from your last vacation or you want some nice instagram videos.
If you are local to my area I can help with my own camera gear. If you are further away I can help as a consultant: someone who can help you through some difficult video technical problem. If you have some video which needs editing you could email it to me or mail me a hard drive and I can whip something up to your specifications. I can help with anything video. Send me an email. Lets' get started. firstname.lastname@example.org.
The name of this website is now "Jacob Brown Acrobatics" and the web address is now www.jacobbrownacro.com. The old address of www.jacobanddebbieacro.com still works but will be discontinued in a few months.
Welcome to Jacob Brown Acrobatics. This started as a page just to showcase the acro talents of only Jacob but soon turned into a resource for all acrobats. The first links in the menu show you our offerings like upcoming events, what type of teaching we do etc. Further down are lists of videos of different types of acrobatics, most demoed by Jacob and Debbie. As we look through Facebook, Instagram and YouTube we see good examples of acrobatic moves and put them on this site. The "washing machines" page is very useful because there are around 800 machines all in one place. We designed this website with ease of use and speed in mind--both important when you want to find that move as soon as possible.