What was the scope of their involvement?
I hired them to manage all the social media for the campaign. They provided daily clips to help promote the campaign and entice people to contribute money, visit the page, and make a donation. We were successful. The social media videos and photographs were posted across Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Jeremy [Founder, JMaverick Studios] worked every platform and provided some nice content. They had all the passwords and posted all the content. We were very pleased because they helped push us over the edge to make our goal.
We provided content and Jeremy edited, placed graphics, ran the posts by me, and posted the content across every platform. He took care of editing and motion graphics. He also shot some video content for me, but most of his work was editing, titles, and motion graphics. He provided around 35 different clips.
We tried to put one out either daily or every other day. They set up way more than that and put about 70 in the queue. We only trickled out the better ones because we didn’t want to overdo it, but I have been slowly posting the remaining ones.
I work as a photographer and filmmaker under my own name, and JMaverick provided motion graphics for some of my commercials. They are talented and pleasant to work with. I have always been very happy with them.
What is the team composition?
I worked with Jeremy. Although we were on different coasts, he was very accessible and our collaboration was seamless.
How did you come to work with JMaverick?
I had crossed paths with Jeremy because he worked for a company that I used to freelance for. I knew that he was a talented editor and filmmaker; on occasion, I tapped into his abilities when he was a freelancer. When he started JMaverick, I decided they would be a good choice to manage my kick starter campaign.
How much have you invested in them?
I invested between $7,500–$10,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We worked together on this project from July–September 2017.