Camera Ready

Optimize Your Personal On-Camera Presence With This 4-Week Class

Corporate videos. Webinars. Skype interviews. Facebook Live. Small businesses and entrepreneurs–from tech and real estate to beauty, design and dining–are increasingly using video on their websites and social media to market themselves.

In 2018 and beyond, being comfortable and skillful in front of the camera is increasingly a requirement and a valuable pro asset.


In this 4-week on-camera class, learn how to communicate with ease, authenticity and professionalism in front of the camera, as well as how to…

– Understand the fundamentals of on-camera technique as it relates to you

– Formulate or refresh your personal brand, and deliver it consistently on camera

– Create ‘scripts’ for videos, pitches, interviews and more…

– How to set up for a perfect self-tape or interview at your home or office

– Refine the art of the on-camera pitch or presentation

– Connect and establish rapport with your audience

– Relax and look your best on camera


4 consecutive weeks

May 9 | May 16 | May 23 | May 30

6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Space is limited to 10 students.


Master the art and technique of being comfortable, professional and authentic in front of the camera–presenting your unique brand as you do.

Classes are small, no more than 10 people. Each class session consists of on-camera work and assignments, along with personalized feedback and coaching geared towards each student’s personal objectives. Students will be able to download their individual videos from class each week.

Acquire the artistic & technical expertise to be fearless in front of the camera, and bring your business and career to the next level. 


Warehouse D [Candy Factory]
342 N Queen Street
3rd Floor
Lancaster, Pennsylvania

COST: $200 




Constance Dunn, MA, is a communications and branding specialist with over 12 years of experience in front of the camera.

Constance has taught strategic branding and communication marketing at University of California Extension, Santa Barbara, since 2013. She also works as a host, content producer and regular media contributor on the topics of branding, communication and personal self-improvement. She is the author of personal presentation handbook, Practical Glamour.

She has a BA in Radio, TV, Film from Temple University and an MA in Communication Management from the Annenberg School at the University of Southern California.