I started Telehue Food 3 1/2 years ago. It was just me and my camera. I knew nothing but exposure, white balance, manual focus, really any of the technical stuff. My goal is to create visually appealing food videos to help promote family owned restaurants but also to build my brand at the same time. So I started messaging restaurants to ask if I could shoot and edit a free promo video and it was a very slow start. Most restaurants didn't reply back and I don't blame them. I didn't have a portfolio or any example videos to give them an idea of what I was doing but it started to build momentum and I've shot over 200 restaurant videos since I've started Telehue Food.
Then 2020 happened. I started documenting my cooking journey, including the triumphs and the fails and here we are. Honestly, I never expected my personal brand to blow up like it did and in order to make things less confusing, I'm changing my Instagram and TikTok handle to my personal name. I still have my Telehue Food YouTube and Facebook page where I'll be posting my detailed restaurant videos. But I'm also in this incredibly fortunate position that I can continue to shoot restaurant videos and include my random food content as well. I want to thank you all for the support so far and I can't wait for the next chapter of this adventure.