Hi, I'm Caleb, a video and audio expert with a decade of experience under my belt.
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I’ve been making videos for myself and my clients since 2010.
I’m the son of a photographer, a recovering camera gear addict, and I loved making short movies as a kid. Since 2014, I’ve run my own video production company full-time making client videos for YouTube, online courses, live events, documentaries, etc. You name it, I’ve probably filmed it.
I’m a “read the manual” type of nerd.
I spend hours researching new gear, techniques, and ways to streamline my video creation processes. I don’t just know a bit about your camera. I can probably tell you which tab in the menus you can find that setting you’re looking for.
Over the years I’ve helped thousands of people make better videos.
Passing on what I’ve learned is something I really enjoy. I know not everyone can afford to hire a professional like me to show up & film great videos for them, so I started teaching how to do it on your own.
I want to help you make better videos. Wherever you are at in the process, I’ve been there.
I’ve filmed the NHL, MLB, NCAA basketball, the Rose Bowl, weddings, commercials, book trailers, and plenty of web videos of online entrepreneurs (such as Pat Flynn, Amy Porterfield, and Chris Guillebeau).
I worked in the Finance Division at Boeing then I co-founded Fizzle.co, but left there to teach video production, marketing, and strategy for the web here at DIY Video Guy as well as run a video production studio called Caleb Wojcik Films. In 2019, I launched Switchpod.
I grew up a small town kid from rural northern Michigan and played a ton of sports (sometimes five different ones in a year). As the son of a photographer, I was always around cameras and gear for preserving life’s important, but sometimes fleeting moments.
That’s where my passion for filmmaking first came from. (That and watching way too many movies.)
I’m a busy guy, but love every minute of it, especially when I’m behind a camera or editing a video. I live in San Diego with my wife Jen, a film wedding photographer, and our puppy Pippa, but we travel often.