How we work

The beginning of each project, long before the first recording, is the most important phase to us. The foundation of a successful project lies in the introduction and orientation. The better we can discover together the purpose of the video and understand your expectations as a client, the easier and more efficient our cooperation will be. And ultimately, the better the result will be.

If you have a tight deadline and limited time for extensive planning, don’t hesitate to reach out to us too. We are ready to dive right in and make adjustments as we progress. With a bit of luck, we may even be able to complete your spontaneous and last-minute job still this
week. In short, our typical approach is as follows:

We meet and discuss the objectives and expectations. This is often combined with a brainstorming session.

We will prepare a detailed proposal that includes our comprehensive ideas, an action plan, a general schedule, and, of course, a tailor-made quotation.

In the next phase, we meticulously plan the timeline. This involves scheduling shooting days, script writing, and arranging licenses and locations, where needed. This ensures that everyone involved is well-informed and knows what to expect.

Now is the time to begin shooting. These days are special – intense and often a pleasant experience as we collaborate towards a shared goal. We work closely with our clients, functioning as a team.

In the editing room, the story truly comes to life. We skillfully combine visuals, sound, voice-overs, and, possibly, effects. Often, when all these elements come together, we still get goosebumps.

Even more gratifying is the moment when we can share the final result with our client and witness the outcome of our hard work.

Watch our showreel here for an impression of our work:

Next to projects on land we are fully equipped for under water video work with a cinematic underwater set up for great underwater imagery. Watch our underwater showreel below for an impression:

Check out our facebook or vimeo page for more projects and get in touch with us with questions or to get a quote.


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