WFH Video Studio: The 7-Step DIY Course

Looking good on camera is the new “dress to impress”.

Setting up your own studio will help you:

  • Increase your professional appeal
  • Create pro content in seconds
  • Showcase your personal brand

In this $37 micro-course, I strip out all the complexities of video, acoustics, and set design to show you how to look great in seven days.


I’ll teach you:

  • How to take advantage of small or crowded spaces.
  • How to kill unwanted echo, reverb, or outside noises.
  • What gear to buy that will give you the most bang for your buck.
  • The only lighting system you will ever need.
  • How to create a backdrop on a budget that reflects you.
  • All the little tips and hacks that actually work and make an impression.

This isn’t a course for professional videographers. You do not need to be technical to learn the basic skills that will improve your videos.

Two years ago I fumbled through building my own WFH video studio and made every mistake so you don’t have to. Now people are consistently stunned when I tell them that I’m working from my apartment closet and not a $20k set.

What I learned in the process is that it doesn’t take a lot to truly upgrade your setup. You could spend thousands and only see diminishing returns.

I built my WFH studio in my apartment closet. It’s tight, but it works!

Here’s the 7-step outline delivered via 7 instructional videos:

  1. Location: Making the Most of Your Office
  2. Room Acoustics: The Secret to Perfect Sound
  3. Mic & Camera: Straight Forward Options
  4. Backdrop: How to Make Your Background Reflect You
  5. Lighting: How to Set It & Forget It
  6. Software: Making It Easy to Capture Videos
  7. Extra Goodness: Advanced Tips & Tricks

Coming Mid-September 2021.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q – How much should I expect to spend on a studio?

A – In the course, I will walk through a good, better, best setup with each element as well as give practical tips for how to use or repurpose items you already have in your home. I spent $350 on mine initially to buy paint, sound-dampening foam, lights, a tripod, and some IKEA furniture. The most expensive elements are the camera and the mic but most people can do well with a simple $50 webcam and a $100 mic. Those two items can easily stretch into the thousands if you want to go there and I’ll make recommendations for higher level gear too. Even if you don’t buy a new camera and mic, just changing the lighting, fixing simple acoustic problems, and setting up a good backdrop will look one hundred times better for most people.

I’ll specifically how to get the most out of a budget of $100, $350, and $2,500.