Nick Hui - Level 2 ProductionsNicholas Hui is the Co-Founder and Head of Production of Level 2 Productions, a San Francisco based Media Company. He specializes as Director of Photography, First Camera Operator, and Lead Video Editor, offering services to corporate clients to ultimately improve their marketing with video advertising techniques. Past clients have included Facebook, Nike, Lyft, Lennar, and many more.

Nick has a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Communication Arts from San Francisco State University and has over 7 years of experience in the field. His career began as an intern for an international news station, TFC, then moved to being a show editor for Mevio Inc., which connected him with the founders of MySourceTV where he’s obtained the role of Director of Photography and Senior Video Editor. Fast forward and he was picked up by ON24 as Video Editor and Studio Floor Director, which connected him with people at Discovery Inc., also recognized as The Discovery Channel, where he’s video edited shows for DNews and several snippets featured on Animal Planet.

After working in many different positions at different sized companies, he’s harnessed enough knowledge to launch this business with Jared Lee, his Co-Founder, training and working with others on their team to provide excellent delivery and quality customer service. He is most passionate and grateful with being the bridge of a client’s idea to a usable visual tool. It makes him happy to know that their work has launched their client’s businesses in awareness, sales, and proper representation of their company, all while making new friendships. They are not only about business, but also about external collaboration, bringing their friends and clients together to work on separate projects to encourage the uplifting community of business growth and well-being. Level 2’s company culture is surrounded with creative positivity, recognizing that everybody is working towards a goal and the fastest way to achieve any goal is by help and collaboration with others, thus encouraging the “next level” environment.