There are a few things you can do to prepare for the big day.
Several moving parts are involved in production day
[ what we need from you ]
While we do most of the heavy lifting, to ensure your production day goes as smoothly as possible, we need a few things from you.
Make sure your office looks camera ready! Declutter, hide large trash cans, remove old boxes, and perhaps arrange for your cleaning crew to come through.
Look your best! Don’t wear stripes or busy prints. Solids and subtle patterns look best on camera. Remember to let team members know in advance.
If you’re being interviewed, be prepared to answer questions in complete sentences.
[ logisitcs ]
Day of Production
We need some time and space until it’s lights, camera, action! Production days are fun but intense, so having the proper space to store our gear and enough time to set up are important to ensure a smooth shoot.
PARK & LOAD-IN
We will arrive with a lot of gear. Like, a lot. If possible, please provide us with parking spots close to an entrance with roll-in access.
We need a place to store our gear for the remainder of the day. Ideally, it would be at least 200 square feet, out of the way, contain power outlets, and most importantly- is safe.
All great things take time, including our set up. It typically takes between 1-2 hours to completely build our gear for the day.