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Looking for a way to market your band? A music video or a band promotional video is a great place to start!

What exactly is a "promotional video"? A promo video is perfect for gigging bands looking to book more shows. It's essentially a highlight video with live footage over recorded audio so you get the look of a live show, but polished audio to ensure that the band sounds its best. Bands can post promo videos on social media to build an audience, and share it with venues to give a taste of their performance and give them a reason to book them at that venue. Having a professional promo video for your band is a great marketing tool that will guarantee more gigs.

Another awesome marketing tool for bands is music videos. Music videos are the perfect visual accompaniment for original songs. They don't have to be super high budget as long as they're creative and fun to watch while also telling the story of the song through visuals.

As someone who grew up surrounded by live music culture because of my dad being in bands and having a recording studio in our house since I was a kid, I love being able to help local musicians, and the best way I know how is through video. With the popularity and priority of video over pictures on social media, videos are such a powerful marketing tool in today's world. I'd love to help your band and provide you with a killer video that will bring more awareness to your music and bring more people to your shows!

2023 was the best year Burn Bright Productions has ever had. For context, I officially started my business in January of 2020 (what a rough year to start a business, am I right?). For obvious reasons, I only filmed 1 wedding and had a couple other small projects the entire year. Every year since then, my business has grown a little bit at a time, but 2023 was my best year by far. I filmed 7 weddings, a music video, 3 band promo videos (2 of which will be coming very soon), produced 2 podcasts, made videos for an author, and so much more. I'm very proud of everything that I have accomplished last year, but this year will be even better!

This year, I want to film at least 10 weddings (I've already been booked for 6!), 2 music videos, 3 band promo videos (2 are currently in the editing process so I'm hoping to work with one more new band this year, as well as working again with the bands I made videos for last year), grow my social media following by posting more reels/shorts/tik toks on a regular basis, figure out how to sell stock footage as passive income, be more consistent with this blog (I wrote maybe 3 blog posts last year and that is not okay), and FINALLY make a new demo reel because the last one I made is from 2021 so it's severely outdated.

The long term goal for me is to turn Burn Bright Productions from my part time job to my full time job. 2023 proved to me that I can make this a reality one day, and the steps I'm making in 2024 will help me get there. Thank you to everyone who supported me this past year! I hope you stick around to see what I make in 2024!


I think I've figured out what I want to do with my life: be a concert photographer. Music has always been a huge part of my life. My dad, Phil Bright, is an insanely good guitar player, he owns and operates his own recording studio, and has made music his career. I also play a few instruments and sing (I'm very rusty now though), and my husband has a band that I do pictures and videos for.

With my love of music also comes my love for concerts. There's something truly magical about concerts. The electric energy of the crowd, the butterflies in your stomach before the band walks out on stage, screaming when they play your favorite song and crying when they play the song that got you through a tough time. There's nothing like seeing your favorite band live. Mine is Twenty One Pilots. I've seen them 5 times since 2016 and it's simply not enough. If I could go to a Twenty One Pilots show once a month, I absolutely would. They put on a great show every single time. They're incredibly entertaining and they do things that you usually don't see other artists do live. I'd love to be a photographer for them someday!

To be able to capture the magic of concerts through pictures is such a fun experience. I've done concert photography for a few local bands around Louisville such as Radiotronic, FM502, Saxony, and the Julie Baker Project, but I'm looking for more! If you're in a band and have a gig coming up soon, I'd love to be there to take some photos for you!

My dad, Phil Bright, in his band FM502
My husband, Max Will, playing live with his band Saxony

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