Shot Frame was established in 2002 in Cape Town, South Africa, as a video production company dedicated to producing exceptional media and providing excellent services to its clients.
Danielle Nel (founder) studied video production and communication at Media Village Cape Town (mediavillage.info) and graduated in 2001. In 2009, she completed her Apple Certified Master Pro for Final Cut Studio with Labspace (her credentials can be found at apple.com/certification/verify). Later that year, she became an Adobe Certified Expert in Premiere Pro/Encore and After Effects. In 2010, she became an Apple Certified Trainer and Adobe Certified Instructor. Today, she is one of a handful of Apple and Adobe certified lecturers in Africa.
For a full list of her certifications, see shotframe.co.za/Certifications.html.
Over the course of her career in media and film, Danielle has worked on 5 feature films, including “Faith Like Potatoes” and “Hansie”, 4 short films, 5 documentaries, 8 music videos, as well as hundreds of TV programs (including weekly broadcasts) and advertisements for clients such as GodTV, Labspace and Global Creative Studios. Her work has taken her all across South Africa and abroad to countries such as India, Israel, Malaysia and the United States.
Among her other achievements, she won the NTVA Gold Award and Avanti Award Nomination for Student (Group) Production for her work on Pressing On – The Story of Eric Hoffmeyer. She color graded the Yogi Sip Ad that won the Yogi Sip 2009 competition. Also a VUKA Nomination for the PSA 'New Arrivals' and a Redemptive Story Award for 'Dear Sister' at the Redemptive Film Festival 2011.
For a full list of her work, see shotframe.co.za/Projects_involved_with.html
This vimeo page is a sampling of edited work. All videos are used with permission.