D B Carter, The Cherries
I couldn't be happier with the book cover design for "Ups and Downs", and I have received many comments from people who love it. Your book trailer videos for "The Cherries" and "The Wild Roses" are similarly outstanding, and I relish every opportunity I get to share them - again. I've received many complimentary tweets and messages about them.
It's been a complete pleasure to work with you on these projects, and your patience and professionalism are greatly appreciated. I very much look forward to working with you again.
Sein Ares, Arcana of the Crimson Era
To the person reading this, I was in two minds about getting a book trailer.
First up, I was unsure if it would be worth it. But then, I saw DeadBird's video for one of my good friends' books and decided to ask her.
I was afraid I wouldn't be able to afford it but it wasn't so expensive. DeadBirds provides affordable rates and the quality just blew my mind. After I posted the video, nearly everybody told me it was top notch.
From the fine detail of how the characters moved their lips to the words that were said, I could see Michele put her heart into it. The video quality was stunning and importantly even when uploaded to twitter or Instagram, it doesn't loose that quality. The audio was clear and precise and she set the right tone for the video.
So I strongly urge you to give her a try if you're in the market for a trailer and don't know who to go to. I guarantee you will get your money's worth.
Maple Mystery Games
Michele created a fab video trailer for my 1960s’ murder mystery game. The video was creative and groovy and matched the upbeat nature of my party game whilst still hooking the viewer with the central mystery of “Who Killed Pearly Pearl?” The video was delivered on time and Michele was easy to work with. I would recommend Michele to anyone wanting a creative trailer.