About Us

Carl Chamoiseau

I am the owner of the Improvevideostudio.com, building website is my full-time job since 2018. I started this website to help other people like me who want to start a Youtube Channel from scratch. I goal is to gather the best information possible on this topic for free. You can contact at : [email protected]

Matt Moran

I’m Matt, a professional writer, and avid video maker. I love making any type of digital content, but video making has always been a passion of mine. As a self-taught video editor, I had to rely on guides like the ones on this site to start creating my own videos many years ago. I wanted to give back, so I became a contributing author on Improve Video Studio to share my knowledge with you, the readers.

Since then, I’ve developed my digital skillset and become an expert in amateur video making. I’ve worked as a freelance animator making 2D explainer videos for all sorts of businesses and started my own YouTube channel. It feels great to be writing about the subject and sharing the things I’ve learned along the way.

A couple of years ago, I took my writing career on the road and began documenting my travels with my partner on YouTube. Whilst making videos for YouTube is a competitive game, it’s rewarding and fun to make content I can be proud of. You can find our YouTube channel here. I also run my own blog about working as a digital nomad, Remotelyworking.org.

I can help you to learn more about topics like:

  • Video Editing
  • Video Production
  • YouTube Equipment
  • and more!

When you’re first starting out, there’s a lot to learn, but it’s worth putting in the effort now to reap the rewards later on. Keep learning and you’ll develop lifelong skills that will be transferrable to all sorts of jobs.

Kantai Kotikot

Kantai Kotikot is a man who gets easily excited, especially by the click of a camera, the beat of great music and the constant adrenaline of video shoots. He has been behind the cameras for four years now, directing countless scenes, and shooting hundreds of videos. Besides having a passion for the cameras, and recording great videos, he also has a passion for great home studios and great sound.

But simply shooting and editing does not satisfy him After all, he fancies himself a teacher more than a photography connoisseur. That is why he spends time writing about his passion when he is not out and about shooting. Apart from passionately defending the basic tenets of photography and videography, he is all for creativity , and looking at the arts from a set of different lenses. The cameras are changing, and so should the people using them. But the thought is not enough, or so he thinks. That’s exactly why he writes.

He has contributed to premiumbeat.com and countless top-ranking photography blogs along with the same niche.

In case you have any questions about his art, you can shoot them to him on his email [email protected]

Jacob Grozotis

Here’s something I would probably say about me.
” When I am not shooting stills and editing my photos, I’m writing. In between the three, I probably take a pose, to play one of the tens of PC games I always carry with me.”

Jake(me) is a fan of photography, traveling writing, and free food.

He has been behind the camera for more than ten years of his 29-years of life.

In life, he and his faithful set of cameras and lenses have seen 36 countries, starting from his Native Australia to the plains of Africa, and the frozen edges of Alaska.

He has shot, and shot at just about everything from videos of Wildlife, to huge billboard pictures. However, his favorite pictures, in his opinion, are those he uses on his website, to develop personal logos for Photographers and brand-builders like him.

Often, he calls himself a global nomad, rather than a strict point and short photographer or video producer. While he would probably call himself a late bloomer in photography terms, he doesn’t agree with the assertion that he probably knows just as much on the internet and SEO, as he knows his three cameras.

SEO Expertise

As an SEO expert, he has contributed to hundreds of sites over the last five years. However, he believes that his best potential, in regard to writing and contributing to the general conversations around photography and video production has not been achieved yet.

On ImproveVideoStudio.Com, he brings a wealth of knowledge on photography, video production, product reviews and blog management given he has been running his own blog for three years now.

Finally, he would love some love on his website www.photologo.co, where he spends most of his days, crafting logos, and taking breaks to play PC games.

Have a great day, won’t you?

Jake Grozzottis