Jamie Windsor is creating YouTube videos focussing on photography
142
patrons
$455
per month

 Who I am and what I do 

My name is Jamie Windsor and I'm a photographer, video editor/filmmaker and graphic designer. I moved to London in 2003 to study for an MA at the Royal College of Art and I just stayed because I love this city so much for its art, culture, diversity of people, and just generally impressive and exciting stuff.

…But this Patreon account is about supporting my YouTube content

 What my videos are about 

I make videos on photography and related subjects. I aim to focus mainly on the art and philosophy that goes into photography rather than be another tech/gear channel. YouTube seems to be full of photography gear reviews (and there's nothing wrong with that), but I feel it's lacking a bit in some of the artistic principles.

How often I upload 

My priority is quality rather than quantity when it comes to my videos. I'm not a Jared Polin-type of creator where you'll get 4 videos a week from me where I talk into a camera. It's more likely to be 1 or 2 a month. I spend a lot of time researching, writing, shooting and editing. I want to make sure my content: 1. Is correct and accurate, 2. Is entertaining and 3. Provides value to my audience.

My upload schedule is largely based on how much I can support myself (and family) on the money I am making. So the more patrons I get, the more content you can expect from me.

 Who I am and what I do 

My name is Jamie Windsor and I'm a photographer, video editor/filmmaker and graphic designer. I moved to London in 2003 to study for an MA at the Royal College of Art and I just stayed because I love this city so much for its art, culture, diversity of people, and just generally impressive and exciting stuff.

…But this Patreon account is about supporting my YouTube content

 What my videos are about 

I make videos on photography and related subjects. I aim to focus mainly on the art and philosophy that goes into photography rather than be another tech/gear channel. YouTube seems to be full of photography gear reviews (and there's nothing wrong with that), but I feel it's lacking a bit in some of the artistic principles.

How often I upload 

My priority is quality rather than quantity when it comes to my videos. I'm not a Jared Polin-type of creator where you'll get 4 videos a week from me where I talk into a camera. It's more likely to be 1 or 2 a month. I spend a lot of time researching, writing, shooting and editing. I want to make sure my content: 1. Is correct and accurate, 2. Is entertaining and 3. Provides value to my audience.

My upload schedule is largely based on how much I can support myself (and family) on the money I am making. So the more patrons I get, the more content you can expect from me.

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