what happens next?
If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you’re considering working with boom on a project that’s going to tell a story about some part of you, your organization, or your brand.
To make sure we handle things properly, we’re going to get to know you a little bit through some meetings and have some phone calls and emails to get to know you and to fully understand the project to avoid problems and panics later on in the process. This page has an outline of the process that will help you know what to expect and prepare as we proceed together.
We’re going to have a meeting. We’re going to go through a long list of questions that will help us understand the project together and how best to accomplish the goals. If you’d like to prepare, you can see some of the main questions by clicking here. Prior to that meeting, it’s important that we have a rough budget range to help configure the project properly and prepare things on our end.
We have our meeting.
Based on the information from the meeting, boom sends a few options for the project.
You select one of those options.
We send over the final project agreement with all its known details.
You selfie-sign our agreement. You can prepare for that here.
We begin Pre-Production (scheduling, coordinating, etc.)
We edit, you offer revision feedback. Repeat as necessary.
We deliver final project.
Here are some of our policies we have based off of lessons we’ve learned the hard way.
We won’t have a meeting without having an idea of the budget.
Our crew gets paid on the day of the shoot. So we typically require a percentage of the project payment before our first shoot day.
We don’t accept revision notes via text message.
We also have worked hard to make our “fine print” as straightforward and as concise as possible. Please familiarize yourself with those terms and conditions here.
Questions and Communication
If you have any questions about this process, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We do our best to simplify the process of video production to make it accessible and enjoyable. If there’s anything we can do to improve that, please let us know, we’re always looking to learn.