Joél Mejia is the CEO and Creative Director of I NEEDVID, LLC. Mr. Mejia has been recording and producing music since 1998, but he professionally began his career in media in 2006 when he founded Things Are Changing Media, and connected his love for music with his love for cinema. What began as a small music publisher and ?one man band ? video production company, quickly grew a steady clientele. In 2012, he formed I NEEDVID LLC to draw a distinction between his personal creative work and the work he does for clients.
Mr. Mejia founded I NEEDVID on the basis of providing clients with affordable HD quality videos without breaking the bank. Focusing on storytelling and live-action cinema, I NEEDVID's balance of creativity and business savvy supports clients in discovering what they need and how video can support them and their goals.
Circuit of Change, Momentum Education, ABITronix Direct, Crunch Gym, Coca-Cola, Samsung, Marriot
- Audio - Rode - NTG-2
- Camera - Canon - 5D/7D
- Camera - Canon - C-100
- Camera - Panasonic - HPX
- Lighting - Arri - 1000W light kit
- Software - Digidesign - Pro Tools
- Software - Apple - Logic
- Software - Apple - Final Cut 7/X
- Computer - Apple - IMAC
"I NEEDVID created an awesome video to represent my company and brand. Because of them I was able to market my Yoga Studio in NYC in ways never imagined before. They had great ideas that steered me from conventional approaches I had in mind. As a production company they handled everything from shoot to post and I am thrilled with the finished project! Thank you I NEEDVID"
"We were able to shoot this music video with very little lead time and with a top-notch cast and crew. The Director and Producer understood our goals and worked hard to capture the spirit, energy and charm of the song, honoring the "star" (who was also the singer/lyricist) in every way. We now have a beautiful product, have already heard "I love it" from multiple marketing people, and are super excited as we move forward with plans for a launch in the international markets."