We believe that any job worth doing is worth doing well. We work strictly with professional equipment, and the people on our crews are seasoned professionals.

Does this mean our rates are sky high? Not at all. Our mission is to produce a program you can be proud of, without breaking the bank.


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“So, how much does a 5 minute video cost?”

Well, it depends on what you want to see on the screen during those 5 minutes. The simplest 5 minute video we’ve ever done had a budget of just $400. The highest was $15,000. Most come in around the $3,000 - 5,000 range.

Why is there such a huge range?


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It’s a bit like asking how much a car costs. There is no single answer. The real question is, what kind of car do you want? What kind do you actually need? And beyond that, what kind fits your budget?

There are certain hard costs that are a given, such as the actual shooting and the editing. Shooting costs depend on how much footage we need to gather, and how tightly the shooting can be scheduled. Editing time depends on length of program and how fast paced it will be.

Next are decisions like these: Who will write the script? Would you like us to write it, or collaborate on it? Will we need to rent a space or can we shoot at your facilities? Do we need to hire actors or are your friends or employees willing to participate?

Just as in car shopping, many decisions come down to whether you want (and can budget for) the flashy Mercedes, or are good with simply reliable transportation. A drone flyover of your manufacturing plant is very impressive, but will cost more than taking a shot of the building from across the street. A custom animation costs more than us importing a JPG file you send over. You get the idea.

The best way to answer your questions is to contact us to discuss your objectives.

Consultations are always free!


We have already developed two new customers that would not have given us the time of day without the help of the videos.

Dean Gaffney

Plastics Engineering and Development