Caleb Wojcik has been making videos off and on for nearly a decade. In that time he has filmed basketball & football, weddings, commercials, book trailers, and plenty of training videos for the web. He currently runs a two-person video production company in San Diego, California whose clients range from Smart Passive Income to tech start-ups like Gumroad.
He shared a tour of his photography/video studio in 2019.
DIY Video Guy
As previously mentioned, Caleb left Fizzle in 2014 to pursue other projects. One of those was DIY Video Guy. He wrote about his plans for that brand in What’s Next for DIY Video Guy.
There are three main parts of DIY Video Guy:
- the video show
- the podcast
- the newsletter
Caleb shares everything he’s learned about making videos for the web the past few years and help you grow a business through making videos. You’ll also hear from many web video creators who are successfully earning a living from the videos they make.
In 2016, he went on a hiatus to focus more on Youtube. He wrote a post sharing his 10 favourite episodes thus far.
The podcast returned early 2020.
He shares tips to help people create better videos at Youtube.
In 2016, he hit 10’000 subscribers.
In 2017, Pat Flynn and Caleb came up with the idea for a brand new tripod for Vloggers. 2 years later, the SwitchPod launched on Kickstarter and raised over $415,000 from over 4,000 backers.
Caleb has shared a lot about the experience:
- Launching the SwitchPod Handheld Tripod to $400k+ on Kickstarter
- 17 Lessons I Learned from Inventing & Launching SwitchPod
- Every SwitchPod Prototype
- Pat Flynn Talking SwitchPod — Caleb Wojcik Show #71
Pat also shared the behind-the-scenes details at his blog.
Caleb was one of the original co-founders of Fizzle.
In September, 2014, he left Fizzle to focus on his own entrepreneurial projects. He shared more about his decision in the post on his personal blog titled A New Chapter and the Fizzle Podcast episode When To Move On.
He had previously branded his work under Pocket Changed, but decided to unbrand in 2013.