April 3, 2019
Fortunately, there wasn’t the need for us to kickstart the project with creative conceptualization as our client already had the direction set upon. So, once the project was brought home by our Senior Producer Herman, our Videographer Zhi Yi alongside Elias the Content Writer (who insisted to help out on set) started preparing the equipment needed.
On the day of shoot, Herman, Elias and Zhi Yi managed it swiftly and efficiently. We had the co-founders of SPACES sit down and answer questions written on cue cards that were placed on the table; albeit in a coffee-table talk show manner. Herman and Zhi Yi manned framed up, positioned and manned the cameras, whilst Elias helped with the setting up and tearing down of sets between locations.
Throughout the process, the team faced no problems, and the project was done with zero to minimal error. One thing we took away from this shoot was the significance of such a video. On the outside, it may seem like a fairly easy project – or “another one of those videos”.
Yet, we beg to differ. Given our client’s position as a content creator, as well as a pioneer in the digital penetration movement of tech startups, a video showcasing something fresh and insightful would work well for them. Operationally, it may also seem like a walk in the park, but we fault to ask: “Would good content alone be desirable with less-than-decent visuals?” We say especially not in this day and age.
How hard is it for friends to be co-founders? Can you grow a company while raising a baby?Tech in Asia finds out how these co-founders make it work.Come in and experience Spaces yourself. To learn more, visit http://bit.ly/SpacesSingapore and apply for a tour.
Posted by Tech in Asia on Sunday, March 3, 2019
Well, all-in-all, we were grateful for Tech in Asia for keeping us busy as the new year kicks in. Watch the final video above, for some insight into the digital/tech industry and what these young entrepreneurs have to say about it!