Strategic. Creative. Effective. In a world filled with video-capturing gadgets, why would you hire us? Three reasons: we’re strategic, creative and our work is effective. Before we even take out a camera, your project begins with an in-depth interview. Why are you making a video? Who are you reaching? What result are you targeting? We’ll help you think of promotional ideas you may not have thought of. Your project starts with a plan. Next, is the fun part — being creative. We have a passion for finding the perfect shot, trying new things, and making your video uniquely yours. But really, this business is about results — your results. Time and again, our clients rave about our work and how it helped them grow their business. And that is what makes us want to jump out of bed and do it all again. About the Producer Ivan Alzuro is an award-winning, bi-lingual video producer filled with vision, creative talent, and an exemplary work ethic. Ivan undertakes every project with the determination to deliver nothing less than excellence. His artful media presentation and marketing background ensure your message is conveyed in a clear, engaging form. His experience is wide ranging, from traditional media outlets like a local ABC affiliate, to online content providers such as DigitalSports.com. In (what year?), Ivan founded Richmond Corporate Video, and has brought high quality video productions to businesses (where? Along the east coast? In Richmond, VA? Across the nation? Around the globe?) ever since. Ivan is a graduate of the University of Texas and enjoys (this, that, and the other) when he’s not behind the camera. Telly Awards 2005: English as a Second Language; 2000 and 2004: Sportswire Biography Series; 2002: High School football documentary; 2002: Virginia Flavors Cooking Series; 1999: Battle of Slash Church (documentary). Communicator Awards 2001: Sportswire Biography series; 1998 and 1999: Sportswire Biography Series; 1997: The James River (documentary); 1996: Voices of Richmond (Delmar).
Before we take out a camera, your project begins with an in-depth briefing to help you think of promotional ideas you may not have thought of. Your project starts with a plan. Time and again, our clients rave about our work and how it helped their business grow.View Work
You tell us the amount of time allotted, locations and complexity of the video you’re interested in and we’ll give you pricing either over the phone or via email. We will also discuss other options as needed such as scripting writing, production logistics and publishing.
We can give you exact pricing on the video and production options, and a general price range on the other items. There are many ways to make video production economical.
Videos start around $1,100. If the pricing looks good and you’re relatively certain Richmond Corporate Video is the company for you, we’ll set up a site visit where we can finalize the design and pricing!
Most videos follow a simple 6 step process, which includes the script, voiceover, style frame, storyboard, video, music & sound effects. The process is integrated in to your project management workflow as a checklist. You will have the opportunity to provide feedback at each stage of the process, along with your final approval.
You get 2 rounds of revisions at each stage of the process (see “What are the steps involved in creating a video”).
It depends on the length and complexity of the video, we're used to working with tight deadlines and most projects take between 2 and 3 weeks. We've done many quick turn-around presentations. We burn the midnight oil for our customers.
Richmond Corporate Video has produced hundreds of videos with a diverse range of styles, talents and production methods. For example, we can create a How-To video - how your product or service works, a viral video or web commercial to promote your brand, a corporate video to introduce your company, a tutorial or how-it-works video to educate your users, a customer testimonial video, Native Video or a mobile app walk-through. You can also choose the style of video production you want, like animation, live video, whiteboard, screencast, stop motion, direct-to-camera and more.
When you accept a contract, you are required to pay 50% of the project total up-front. Payment can be made using company check or PayPal. The remaining 50% is due when you receive the final video.
We like to keep crews to a minimum. Sometimes we only use a one-person or two-person crew. This is not only less disruptive, but it also saves money. With new lower-light cameras, the need for the bright lights of Hollywood have gone a little by the wayside.