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Let’s Talk About Your Concept.

You’ve just reached out to us to pitch a price to bring your dream project to life. Now, whether it’s over the phone or over a cup of joe, we want to meet with you to chat about your personal vision for your project. This free session is a fun, relaxing think tank sess where we begin to identify brand guidelines and specific goals for the video, and a concept for it’s use. 


Tailored to Your Budget.

Next, we will tailor the production of your dream project to fit within your specific budget. While talent and crew costs and gear rentals are a set fee, we can scale the size of the production up or down to fit your needs. We will provide you with a line-by-line breakdown of each component of the production cost for full transparency. 



Now it’s time to start preparing your project to be filmed. And this is where everything happens all at once:

  • Script Development

  • Storyboarding

  • Location Scouting

  • Casting

  • Prop Procurement

  • Wardrobe fitting

  • Rehearsals

  • Pre-Production Meetings


Lights. Camera. Action.

Now that everything is prepared, it’s time to start filming! Depending on the size of your project, film production could take anywhere from one day to several weeks. Our crew may include:

  • Director

  • Producer

  • Production Manager

  • Production Assistant

  • DP (Camera Operator)

  • Gaffer (Electrician)

  • Grip

  • Sound Recordist

  • Hair & Make-Up Stylist


Editing...Putting the Puzzle Together.

This is where your dream comes to life! First we craft the base edit and send it to you to review for adjustments/approval. Once you are happy with the video sequence, we begin our process of fine tuning. This stage includes color editing, end credits, mixing in audio elements such as voice overs and sound effects, etc. It’s standard to have three rounds of editorial revisions before bringing the editing to its conclusion. This process typically takes from 2-6 weeks from start to finish, depending on the length of your project.


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