Great you want to know more about who is behind Miracle Tutorials. I’m Rudolf Boogermanand I’m a visual artist who, in a previous life, was a freelance multimedia professional.
Since 2003 I have helped entrepreneurs and businesses to work with multimedia on the internet and have created numerous custom video tutorials for companies and individuals all over the globe.
I also created video plugins for WordPress and Joomla, called S3Media Stream.
At some point, I actually got a little bored repeating the same tutorials over and over again, so I thought: “Why not create a site, and put all new multimedia related tutorials in there?”. Hence, Miracle Tutorials was born.
About the tutorials
The video and hands-on tutorials are meant primarily for those who want to control their own destininy, so to speak. Start and/or grow their business or portfolio. Since audio and video is a big part of the new generation of web sites, the tutorials start from scratch, explaining every nut and bolt regarding online video- and audio and any related issues. I try to keep it simple, even if certain aspects are rather complex.
All tutorials and articles are based on personal experience, accumulated while working for reputable companies.
- Proud citizen of Babel, a Twitter group with like minded artists.
- Founder of Camping Sauvage en Nettoyage, an organisation to clean up abandoned litter at the border of the river “l’Ourthe” and in forests in the Ardennes.
- Big fan of Healing Bridges, founded by Zebiba, which helps women and children in Eritrea to cope with the aftermath of a devastating war. 80% of the population consists now of women and children.
- Founder of “De beeldende Zusters” a group of 6 women artists in Belgium for which I organized several art exhibitions from 1993 to 1996. One of them is Inge De Belder, an internationally recognized artist and personal friend.
- Ancient member of NICC, an organization to improve the situation of visual artists in Belgium.
- Adviser and external administrator of “Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporaine”, Durbuy.
Rudolf Boogerman, 22 December 2007 – modified 30 July 2022