Why I Do What I Do

I started this journey of helping people feel confident and comfortable giving presentations about 4 years ago now. It's been more than 10 years if you count being a teacher and doing it for the same reasons I just mentioned. I am truly grateful for the amazing support I have received over the years. What keeps me going are comments such as the ones I'm going to share with you now that were left on my other website,

Dear Carl,

Thank You very much for your respond, in honestly, I greatly appreciate the assistance you have provided me.

And one important thing I am very grateful to You for your previous advices on my presentation on the theme of ¨debate in the classroom¨.

The presentation was perfect!

Best Regards,


P.S. To all of you, who created this website , from all the names I send a quarter century’s worth of thanks!!!

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Hi Carl,

Thank you so much for your video. I am a student studying to be a Chaplin and motivational speaker. One of my goals is to learn how to introduce myself to individual people. This has given me so much clarity. I really appreciate the way you have kept it simple. English is my first language but I am severely dyslexic and find it hard to find someone who can teach me in a way I understand. YOU JUST DID IT.

Thank you so much.

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Just wanted to share and to say thanks. I look forward to helping you and as many others as possible.

Thank you.


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Edutige Promo-Video

Edutige is a client I met after I did a video review of one of their products. A year and over 33,000 YouTube views later (yes, I know it's not Gangnam Style numbers) we got in touch with each other. We are currently working on setting up a global website to sell their line of high quality iPhone microphones and this is the promo video I made for them. The story and concept were my idea, along with the voiceover and editing, but it was Sven Mahr who did the brilliant illustration and animation.

The great news is Edutige has seen an increase in sales since posting the video on their German site and Facebook page. Yay!

Korea Tourism Organization Promo-Video

Strange how things work sometimes. The promo-video I made for Korea Medical Hub was seen by the Korea Tourism Organization. They asked for a video to introduce Korean Traditional Medicine. Normally, I like a more upbeat style but they wanted something a little more reserved. I did the story and voiceover and put together the video. It was pretty cool getting to work with one of Korea's major public organisations.

Humax IR/PR Video

In 2011, I worked with the CFO of Humax to help him with his communications skills. He and I got on well and that opened the door for me to do some other work for Humax and one of it's divisions, too. The following promo-video was created to support the IR team.

Korea Food Safety Information Center Promo-Video

The Korea Food Safety Information Service, now known as the National Food Safety Information Center (NFSI), is a regular client that I've worked with many times on presentation projects. This video was for a WHO (yes, that WHO) meeting in Seoul hosted by NFSI and the Korea Food & Drug Administration (KFDA). NFSI needed a video to highlight its function and to introduce their information collection and sharing database system. Story was developed with NFSI president, Dr. Eunsook Moon, and with a voiceover by me.

Korea Medical Hub Promo-Video

Korea Medical Hub, KMH, helps people from outside Korea get information about, and book, medical tourism packages. Medical tourism to Korea is booming and this particular video was shown at a medical tourism conference in Indonesia.

The KMH team had some ideas about the video, but let me have free reign on the story and style. The voiceover is by me...something you'll see in just about every promo-video I make for clients.