A few weeks ago I decided to create a new youtube channel to upload my recent videography work. As some of you might know I have been on youtube for quite a while where I have posted my holiday videos over the past years.
They all have been filmed with a GoPro and while they are certainly nice memories for me, the videographic work is surely pretty low. Since my first little movie of our marine excursion in Florida almost five years ago, my way of shooting footage and editing it has changed dramatically.
I thus felt I wanted to give it a fresh start on youtube, too. While I didn’t want to delete my old videos, I decided to leave them up and open a second channel
So far, I uploaded three videos:
Head over to my channel and hit “subscribe” to keep up to date with my future projects. In less than a month I will be flying to Tahiti for a new project, with at least one new shortmovie coming out of that.
Every new start can be rocky and it has been made increasingly more difficult to reach people using facebook (they all want cash for advertisment). It all comes down to the support of you people to make my shortfilms more visible with the help of more subscribers and views.
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Tom is an award-winning fulltime photographer and filmmaker specializing in conservation imagery & film, photojournalism, and promotional tourism work. His scientific background as a Marine Biologist is a strong asset in creating appealing imagery and environmental storytelling. Tom has won several awards and his films have been screened on film festivals throughout the world and his work has been published in dozens of articles in international magazines and newspapers such as The Guardian, Bild der Wissenschaft, Welt am Sonntag, Diver, Tauchen, Fiji Airways Inflight magazine, and more. In 2017 he launched www.tomvierus.com for a wider portfolio and business requests. Tom is based in Suva, Fiji Islands and shares his workload between environmental assignments and promotional tourism work throughout the Pacific.
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