Because of the nature of video work, it is impossible to price out the cost of pre-production, production, and post-production without some sort of vision and scope for your project. Knowing this, we work with clients on a case-by-case basis to gauge the human resource requirements that each video would take, and work out a price from there. Keep in mind: we are often more flexible than people think! An initial estimate doesn’t have to be a final estimate.
Most projects start by scheduling a meeting/call with the client and asking questions and brainstorming ideas. We then create a visual project pitch, propose a cost estimate for the project, and setup a timeline for pre-production (planning), production (filming) and post-production (editing). Once a budget is agreed upon and approved, we send over a contract and get the production started! There are usually a few more specific steps depending on the project, but this roughly outlines our general process for getting a project rolling.
An incredibly painful and exhausting process. Just kidding! What you should expect is an easy going and professional process! We’ll typically start out with a simple meeting or call so that we can become familiar with your brand/company/organization and hear a little about your video idea and go from there.
Depends on the scope of the project! Some smaller, more simple and budget-friendly productions only require one crew member while other larger productions can have as many as 6-8 crew members. We only handle small to mid-sized productions, so you don’t need to worry about 50+ crew members showing up to set!
This heavily depends on the scope of your project. Regardless, our delivery times are never unreasonable and we always discuss a production timeline before anything gets started! So you can rest assured knowing that we will always deliver what we promise.
Yes! We have many options for retainers because of the luxury of having our own studio space available to us 24/7.
Typically, we do two free revisions per project that is outlined in a contract agreement; we’ve found that amount more than covers most client’s needs. But, depending on the nature of the project, we can change that number on a case-by-case basis.