Capture the unique beauty of your creamery and dairy with a four-hour on-location two camera shoot with Christine Hyatt and an independent, local cinematographer.
Four hours is just the right amount of time to capture an in depth interview, gorgeous footage of your farm or creamery, a portion of cheesemaking action and compelling shots of the aging process. If you are a farmstead creamery or if your dairy is less than 10 miles away, we will visit the animals as well!
This package includes focused still photography and video coverage of you and your process in a carefully curated 4 to 4.5 hour shoot designed to maximize coverage and minimize expense.
Please plan to have some active cheesemaking (agitating, cutting, forming, affinage, etc.) going on during the visit – it makes for great video!
The visit begins with a key interview with the owner, cheesemaker, or spokesperson. General questions will be provided in advance and some minimal preparation is advised. A co-owner or second team member may narrate a profile of 3 cheeses.
Client provides input several times during the editing process. The first edit, called a Rough Cut, includes interview and music to demonstrate the scope, tone and pacing of the final project. Client provides feedback and tweaks are made. Once narrative is finalized, b-roll of the place and process is added, along with graphics and effects to bring the project to successful completion. Client may opt for a final round of non-narrative edits prior to release.
This package is based on collaboration between multiple producers co-located in a single region benefiting from shared travel and production expenses. Cost of package is based on a minimum of four half day OR one full day and two half day shoots in an area. If more producers participate, travel fees may decrease. Half day shoots are scheduled for morning (7:30 a.m. to noon) or afternoon (1:30 to 6 p.m.).
Payment details: first installment due prior to fitting session, second installment due prior to filming, third installment due upon delivery of first draft, final installment due upon completion of project.