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PROCESS AND PRICING

Each video engagement includes full creative development, production, and post-production services.

This takes about 4 - 8 weeks depending on project scope.

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STRATEGY

We start with an initial meeting to learn about your goals, timeline, and budget for the project. We also like to discuss high-level creative considerations such as tone, context, and relevant examples. 

PRE-PRODUCTION

We prepare for the shoot by detailing all visual elements in the scripts. We walk you through options for cast, locations, wardrobe, and art direction to hone in on the look and feel.

POST-PRODUCTION

Our editing team will take it from there, while adding motion graphics, music/SFX, color correction and all the finishing touches for a fully-polished deliverable.

CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT

We lead you through a collaborative creative process focused on your key messaging. First we develop and refine a compelling concept to hook your audience, then write scripts to dial in all the important details.

PRODUCTION

We take care of the full production crew, equipment, location, and cast to bring your scripts to life across one or multiple shoot days. We encourage your team to join us on set as subject matter experts. 

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TIMELINE

We guide you through every step of the process, from a nebulous idea to a fully-formed work of art.
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PRICING

Our video projects range from $25k to more than $100k depending on scope of production.

Pricing is dynamic and flexible based on your needs. For example:

  • A $25k engagement would most likely include one shoot day that could result in one or several video deliverables. The biggest cost driver is the shoot day itself

  • There are economies of scale with projects that span multiple shoot days

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If you have a set budget, we can develop and pitch concepts to be executed at that rate.
If you would rather explore ideas first, we can present concepts alongside budget ranges.
Either way, it starts with a conversation. What problem are you trying to solve?