Come behind the scenes with Rachel’s English at the YouTube filming space in Los Angeles. See how videos get made and learn a little bit about my time in LA filming Rachel’s English videos in 2013 and 2014.
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>> Looks great to me.
In this video, you’re going to get a behind-the-scenes look at Rachel’s English.
Some of you that follow me on Facebook or Twitter or even Instagram may know that I spent some time at the YouTube studio in Los Angeles this past year. I went three times for a week each to learn better video production and to collaborate with other people who make YouTube videos.
I made a video about meeting people, and a video about greeting people. Which was great, because I met so many awesome people! Click here or in the description below to see those videos.
>> Good to see you!
>> Yeah, you too. How’ve you been?
>> Good, good!
I made a video with Staci of VeryPinkKnits about the pronunciation of some knitting terms. This was entirely her idea, and the video turned out great. Click here or in the description to see that video.
Look! Here are some other YouTubers making a video in the next room!
YouTube generously gave me a professional crew to work with. I learned so much from them.
I also made a video about monkey idioms. Not only did I wear a monkey suit, but so did the crew…
…to help me get into the spirit of things! Does it look like we were having fun? Because we were. It’s not every day you get to monkey around at work. Click here or in the description to see that video.
I also got to be in other people’s videos. Click here to see some of those videos, which didn’t appear on my channel. I had so much fun in these collaborations.
>> So before you were an English pronunciation language teacher…
>> You were an opera singer.
>> That’s right.
>> Can you sing me something?
>> Uh, what do you want to hear?
>> Uh, just, like, sing my name.
>> Hilah Cooking!
>> Oh my god! You made me over-pour. Holy cow, that was so loud.
>> You did over-pour! I know, I’m sorry. I should have warned you that it can get loud.
This was an amazing program and I was honored to meet so many people passionate about producing great videos.
>> Bye Veronica.
>> It was great to meet you!
>> You too!
I hope you guys enjoyed this behind the scenes look at the YouTube Space Los Angeles! That’s it, and thanks so much for using Rachel’s English.