What was the scope of their involvement?
LTHL WPN. took on the project, producing one of three videos to promote the cancer charity’s campaign. The videos focused on bringing together social media influencers, media volunteers, cancer research, and those who’d been affected by cancer.
The main story for our video was about a make-up artist who was designing a custom piece of body art for a woman who’d gotten a mastectomy.
LTHL WPN. proved to be a capable unit with a lot of expertise and equipment. As such, they produced the whole video in parallel with us in a cost- and time-effective way. They helped us set up the shoot, ran things on the day of the shoot, and handled the whole post-production process for us.
What is the team composition?
I worked with Joe (Director & Editor). Besides supporting me during the shoot, he edited the work with my creative input. Once the client and I gave feedback, he incorporated our comments into the final video.
How did you come to work with LTHL WPN.?
I found them on a platform. As a company, we wanted to expand our list of freelancers, so we ended up working with a range of people on that shoot that we hadn’t worked with before.
How much have you invested with them?
We spent about £3,000– £4,000 (approximately $4,000–$5,300 USD). Keep in mind that this was a reduced rate since our client was a charity.
What is the status of this engagement?
It was a six-week process from August–September 2019.