My name is Juliette - and I'm the face behind Juliette Films. I studied documentary film and anthropology in the rural hills of Vermont at Marlboro College. I’m a cinematographer and filmmaker because I want to share the beauty that I see everywhere. Films capture emotions and feelings that can be shared with other people and can actually create and harness communities and bring people together.
My work is people-centered and emotion-driven. The idea is to work with awesome people to connect with other awesome people. Video is an immediate way to convey who you are, what your product is, and why people should work with you - and thus is a uniquely positioned medium for businesses to communicate who they are.
I also strongly believe in educating the next generation and diversifying the network to include filmmakers from all walks of life. I enjoy volunteering as the Maine State Chair for Women in Film and Video New England and as a member of the social committee for the Maine Film Association.
What is it like working with me?
I help businesses create branded content - this is media that helps tell the brand story to attract their ideal customers and get the word out to potential customers. It's about telling the story of who you are so you can connect with the right people.
Clients come to me either with their own video idea that they don't know how to execute, and I help them do that, or they don't know exactly what they want, just that they "need video," and I use my 10 years of experience to come up with a plan of what their video approach should be to best serve their business.
If you're not sure where to start, or what you might want, check out some of my previous work for examples and ideas. If you know you're ready to go, then reach out and set up a time to talk about how we can work together.