Working with You
Whether you want to tell the story of person, a family or an organization, before we “cross the street” to start creating your project we:
To determine who your audience will be and what your goals for them are
To identify the right locations, scenes and supporting materials
To make sure we fully grasp, not only the content of your story, but the nuance, details and context that will give it life and meaning.
We then submit a proposal with a creative treatment, production budget and timeline. Only after you’re satisfied that we’re ready to deliver what you want does production begin…one of several opportunities you’ll have to review our process and provide feedback as the production evolves.
Our Wealth of Resources
We enjoy professional relationships with media specialists who are among the best in the country. This means that while we work directly and personally with all of our clients, we can bring in pre-qualified production resources for any aspect of a project requiring a specific area of expertise, including sound editing, graphic design, original music and publication.
What Our Clients Have Said
“I shall be very happy to know that the excellent work you did on my art will exist on DVD. Your film is a document of standing value… compact, informative and essential. It deserves to be as accessible as possible.”
– Samuel Bak
“What a joy it was to work with the Coopers! Their professionalism and depth of knowledge in not only film making but also the art of the interview is profound. In only a matter of months, we worked together as a team to capture Calvary Episcopal Church’s past and present on film so beautifully it is almost unbelievable.“
– Laura Trott
Calvary Church, Memphis,TN
“Rob and Pam took the effort and care necessary to know our family and our business. In a deep way, they ‘got’ us, and they turned that understanding into a sensitive and professional work of art that preserves something very precious to us. Everyone in our family was thrilled with the result.”
– Alex S. Jones
Director, Shorenstein Center
Kennedy School, Harvard University