Feb 13, 2013

Making a video at home

Vid_9093It’s always fun to make cooking videos at home and today was the day. We turn the kitchen into a studio for the day – when I say “we” it’s actually my assistant, Damon, who does all that. He sets up the lights, runs the camera, runs my audio, and edits the final video. He’s a one-man operation and essentially the producer of each video. I don’t know how he does it but he does an amazing job. But hey, I don’t do nothing. My jobs are: create healthy recipes, put together all the props & equipment needed, come up with a rough script, pick the wardrobe, do makeup, fix hair, and cook the food. Our housekeeper, Antonia, acts as production assistant, clothing adjuster, and recipe adviser since she is a great cook herself. She’s also the one who says, “Don’t forget to preheat the oven.”

Thanks to my awesome video team!

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2 Comments on "Making a video at home"

  1. Michelle

    Food Network needs to give you your own show, I really enjoy watching your videos, they help me understand how to prepare and cook the item without confusing me 🙂

  2. Rhonda

    Aw, it seems like a lot of work but it’s well worth it. I can tell you enjoy it all. It’s kinda like you are on tv again but in the comfort of your home. I know me as a fan love seeing your cooking videos. Especially when you leave it original meaning you leave it not so edited. Leave more of your “Ooops I goofed” in the video those are hilarious. Your rough script are just so funny you have me in tears. Keep up the good work with everything you are doing with your websites. This newer site is great. I love it 🙂

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