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Working Remotely

An insight into our collaborative and remote content production

Location safety and communications

The current situation has made us all re-think how productions are run and given rise to innovative in technology and methodology. We will have 2 COVID certified compliance officers and an set-medic who will oversee the safety and well-being of the crew and talent.  All of the styling and make-up will be handled as per current production instructions.

We have put a lot of work into developing a system that allows the same flow of communication and information as we were used to having on-set prior to the pandemic.

It’s like you’re practically there. 

We have created a system of constant, reliable communication via Bonded Cellular Networking. This is a system of hardware and software that allows high-speed reliable internet connection no matter the location or signal stregth. On-set, we will have a constant Zoom/Webex communication connected throughout the day. AD, AP or client can log-in at any time and chat to me personally - as I always like a good chat. We will also have a “set”camera connected to Zoom/Webex so the whole set can be seen at all times. When we shoot an image, it loads onto the FRAME software and anyone with a computer or device that was registered to the project will be able to see the image as it’s loaded. From home they can review the image and talk me right away if changes are needed or just approve the image.  Even composited images can be loaded on FRAME so we can tell what the final image will look like. All video projects will be streamed live from camera.

How we work

In a nut-shell, small, light, nimble.

This type of work is not new to me. I have spent the past 4 years building small, multi-disciplined productions by training myself and my crew to operate all of the tools for full- service content creation.

I have always believed that an image-maker is an image-maker, no matter the tools. Video is 24 frames per second - but they are still single frames that should tell
a story. When the story unfolds in front of me, changing from a stills camera to a video camera to drone is seamless and effortless. It has the added bonus of a unified look and feel across all mediums. 1 crew, 1 location, 3 different formats of image capture.
Example 3 - Jeep
Crew: 3
Video, stills and Drone

Adapting to a new world

We all want to get back to work.
Your clients are still making cars and they need content created to reach their customers. However, health concerns and budgets, put strains on producing projects.

We have a solution.

We produce high-end:
- video,
- stills,
- drone footage,
with a crew of 3-4 (that’s it!)
- and our technology means that the [art/creative/client] can log-in remotely and direct the shoot.

Example 1 - Ford Raptor
Crew: 3
Video, stills and Drone

What I offer

I am your production saviour! I own and operate 2 x RED cameras and I am an FAA licensed drone operator with a 6K Drone. That alongside my photography and my small 3or 4 man crew, makes me unique in these times where small nimble production footprints are needed to navigate the issues that we face during these times.
Example 2 - Triumph
Crew: 4
Video, stills and Drone