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Congratulations Jomer Siasat--August 2020 PFRE Videographer of the Month!

Published: 02/09/2020
By: Brandon

Congratulations to Jomer Siasat from Cascade ProMedia in Bremerton, WA, who has been voted the August 2020 PFRE Videographer of the Month! Here is Jomer's great video.

Here are this month's top three entries based on the jurors voting:

  1. Jomer Siasat #183
  2. Stefan Randholm #156
  3. Grant Wiseman #138

You can check out all of the August entries here.

Here is what Jomer had to say about his video:

First off, I just want to say thank you for this great honor! I truly feel blessed to have been voted Videographer of the Month. 
This project was a wonderful collaboration between my client Jennie Wetter with Infinity Real Estate, her assistant Cheryl, and my wonderful friend and colleague, Dom Wilkerson. The home had a video done so it could hit the market for sale. This $2M home which is located on the Hood Canal of Washington was a blast to shoot and we tried to convey as much emotion about living there as possible. The magnificent great room and large windows showing off the views were amazing and challenging to deal with at the same time. One of the biggest challenges of living in the Pacific Northwest is dealing with rain and clouds. We battled the weather, and Dom had to return on a sunny afternoon to supplement some of our shots. The Project was shot with a Gh5 with a 7-14mm f4 and 25mm 1.7 on a Ronin-M gimbal. Dom shot with a Sony A7iii with the 16-35GM and the drone footage was done with a Mavic 2 Pro. All edited on Premier Pro. 

I just want to thank the PFRE jury again for voting. This was one of the most fulfilling projects I have been able to do to this date!

Jomer Siasat