Part of what makes VidOps special is our wide-reaching network of talented and experienced creatives. When we take on your project, we reach out to those who we know will deliver and go the extra mile.
Our remote platform means we match global customers with a local team, shortening production planning and ensuring the perfect fit.
We wanted to showcase some of our superstar creatives because, without them, we wouldn’t be who we are today.
First up: Self-shooting director and lighting wizard Tupac Carroll.
With the coolest name in the business, Tupac is one of our incredibly talented, technical videographers.
He works as a camera operator, director, and lighting designer, and always brings a keen eye and creative mindset to his work.
Tupac’s career began at a young age when he studied Media Production at college after completing a course with the prestigious BFI film academy. He then launched his career working on corporate promotional videos and live events.
Whilst honing his craft, Tupac expanded his skillset into lighting and electrics which has made him a hot commodity for big companies such as Sony, EDM, and the BBC.
His array of talents mean that Tupac is able to bring an in-depth knowledge of the technical aspects of videography, and a real insight into what makes a video successful.
He works tirelessly to maintain the highest standards for our VidOps clients, resulting in amazing visuals that let your brand personality shine.
Recently Tupac has worked on several high-budget features and we couldn’t be prouder. He’s able to bring the techniques learned from these high-end productions, and incorporate them into small, self-shooter projects, resulting in beautiful cinematic videos, no matter the budget.
We’re lucky enough to work with Tupac on a large number of our projects - he’s an amazing talent and we can’t wait to see the great things he has in store!
Take a look through some of his video highlights below:
- Dojo Advance
- Listed Property Show
- Alacey Showreel
- 8Build Promo
You can see more of Tupac’s work via his showreel, and on his Instagram. You may even get to work with him on your next VidOps project.