Scripting & Storyboard – The pre-production phase of a project is the time when the entire planning takes place before the camera rolls. Whether it's measured in minutes, hours or days, this planning phase sets the overall vision of the project. Pre-production includes working out the shoot location and casting.
Joergen Erik Assentoft
Joergen E Assentoft works with footage of tango shows, documentary interviews, music videos, and recordings of live concerts.
Currently working with different documentaries on Argentina and Bolivia.
He also works on the restoration of videos/films by removing noise and improving colours/contrasts/light.
Freelance Art Director
Delphine Perrot is an art director with solid international experience. She has led projects within the fields of art direction, conception, publishing, signage and exhibition design. She has experience in designing work in the arts, cultural and educational fields, and has worked for clients such as the ICA, the Design Museum, Icon Magazine, Research Studio, Studio Myerscough.
She has experience in working with architects and other specialists on comprehensive brand identity and rollouts for educational institutions. She has designed for major international exhibitions, for commercial clients, for popular music and arts festivals and for events.
Production begins once the footage is recorded. This process will capture all the scenes and information recorded in the pre-production process. During the production process, we apply various items such as lighting requirements, framing and work on composition. Some projects will also shoot B-Roll during the production process. B-Roll is supplementary footage that can be included in the finished product.