Nicole Nichelle is creating Hilarious yet thoughtful YouTube videos and writing!
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Hello frenz! 

The past year on YouTube has taught me a great many things. One, that there is unending talent lurking not only in movie studios and talent agencies but in executive assistants who have a love for comedy, retail workers with a vision for fashion and lost college graduates just looking for a community. 

 I started lighting my videos using a $39.00 construction light with a paper towel taped over it to soften its harsh beams (that video is actually somehow the most popular at +100,000 views). But since then I've advanced to being able to utilize more professional lighting and video editing software.  Which leads me to a second lesson; creating quality content on YouTube takes an incredible time and monetary investment to see a vision through. It's healing, soul crushing and rewarding all at the same time.

Wouldn't start a Patreon however without first creating content that might makes you laugh, think or more importantly without an ambitious vision for the future of my channel. As you read this, scripts are being edited and actors are being set in place for a 6 episode web series I've written myself. Hell I've even got a costume designer (it's finna be lit -hopefully).

I would ultimately like to be able to pay the people who will inevitably partake in this venture as they are all kind volunteers at the moment.  Also of equal importance is sealing  in the hole left by YouTube's ever changing ad revenue policies. At the present, it seems to be hurting many creators who are all too happy to do it for free -but more and more I myself ask, should they? 

It's been a wild and crazy ride for me already and it seems to be just the start. An awkward start to be sure as YouTube creators, executives and advertisers battle it out -but push on we must.

In light of big advertisers leaving and taking ad revenue with them I've learned the last lesson:

The creation of art, literature -hell even funny cat videos takes time, funding and commitment from both audience and creators. We are a team and sometimes to win, we have to build each other up ourselves. Let's do this together.

Thank you so much. Every view, every like, every dollar is of value.

Let's do this.
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Shoot location fees & general channel support -additional lapel mics, camera lenses. Thank you! 
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Hello frenz! 

The past year on YouTube has taught me a great many things. One, that there is unending talent lurking not only in movie studios and talent agencies but in executive assistants who have a love for comedy, retail workers with a vision for fashion and lost college graduates just looking for a community. 

 I started lighting my videos using a $39.00 construction light with a paper towel taped over it to soften its harsh beams (that video is actually somehow the most popular at +100,000 views). But since then I've advanced to being able to utilize more professional lighting and video editing software.  Which leads me to a second lesson; creating quality content on YouTube takes an incredible time and monetary investment to see a vision through. It's healing, soul crushing and rewarding all at the same time.

Wouldn't start a Patreon however without first creating content that might makes you laugh, think or more importantly without an ambitious vision for the future of my channel. As you read this, scripts are being edited and actors are being set in place for a 6 episode web series I've written myself. Hell I've even got a costume designer (it's finna be lit -hopefully).

I would ultimately like to be able to pay the people who will inevitably partake in this venture as they are all kind volunteers at the moment.  Also of equal importance is sealing  in the hole left by YouTube's ever changing ad revenue policies. At the present, it seems to be hurting many creators who are all too happy to do it for free -but more and more I myself ask, should they? 

It's been a wild and crazy ride for me already and it seems to be just the start. An awkward start to be sure as YouTube creators, executives and advertisers battle it out -but push on we must.

In light of big advertisers leaving and taking ad revenue with them I've learned the last lesson:

The creation of art, literature -hell even funny cat videos takes time, funding and commitment from both audience and creators. We are a team and sometimes to win, we have to build each other up ourselves. Let's do this together.

Thank you so much. Every view, every like, every dollar is of value.

Let's do this.

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