(The stuff that happens before we press record)
This is the process that separates the amateurs and professionals. There are a lot of moving pieces during a video production and it needs to all be planned beforehand. Then, when it's time to shoot, it's just a matter of executing.
I’ll spend time to understand your vision, scout locations, test shots, list equipment needed, and help plan the production schedule.
(The stuff that happens when we press record)
On shoot days, it's most important to stay on schedule. Having a small crew makes sense when there's a lot to accomplish in a short amount of time.
I'll hire freelancers as needed, follow the production schedule and shot list, and make sure we have coverage before we wrap.
(The stuff that happens after we press record)
This is where all the pieces come together. I make a point to keep you in the loop throughout the process. This transparency saves us both time and makes for better videos.
I’ll keep alignment with your vision, share throughout the process, and make stylized choices that ups the overall quality.
(Those fun little graphics that move around on the screen)
Time spent doing motion graphics will pay dividends in the overall quality of your videos. I'll typically include motion graphics as a part of every edit, because most projects will have logos, lower thirds, or text callouts. But for more advanced motion graphics projects, like a 2 minute animated explainer, I'll hire a freelance motion graphics designer.
I’ll keep a consistent stylized look, add to the overall piece in a meaningful way, and communicate often through style frames.