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18 years in business
Excellent response, and careful work. The real professional. Went through hoops to contact me. Pristine work.Oct 11, 2014Verified
I have had the pleasure of working with Pete Gould and the Intervale Group for many years. Throughout that time I have always received prompt and professional service. Pete's extensive experience has served me well on many occasions when dealing with on-camera talent. He has a unique ability to secure the best possible performance from a given individual. I highly recommend the Intervale Group.Oct 11, 2014
Peter has been our go to video producer for years and is now a very important member of our team. He provides outstanding input on project planning and then delivers an excellent product on time and does so within budget. The quality of our video projects has improved greatly over the years and it is due to Peter's willingness to provide advice and leadership on projects. Great guy to work with and he makes our company better.Oct 9, 2014
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Video/film production is largely an a la carte system because the needs of every show are so varied. One production just needs a camera, tripod and lights while another needs the camera to move along a dolly track, or a car mount, or a camera crane, or to be mounted into a helicopter. Others require concept development and complete scripting. Still others require that custom sets be built in a studio, or that we hire a "name" actor as an on-camera spokesperson, or engage a composer and a band or orchestra to create a custom music score. Prices also vary depending on where in the country (or the world!) we need to shoot the project. The best approach is usually to get a rough idea of the client's available budget and then work on ways to stretch it to get the best possible "bang for the buck."
- What types of customers have you worked with?We do a mix of work ranging from corporate industrial to training to broadcast. Common types of projects are the documentary-style production blending interviews and video footage with graphics and a music score to create the finished piece. Lately we've also done a lot of multi-camera talk-show-style work where experts on a given topic converse on a talk-show set and the audience learns by watching the finished piece (some even include a quiz or exam after the video).
- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?Although a lot of what we do is video, we've also nationally syndicated an annual ten-hour Christmas radio special hosted by broadcast veteran Wink Martindale. The show has won a number of awards since it started airing a couple of years ago, and Wink has said in interviews how extremely proud he is of it. Wink was a national radio personality when I was in diapers, so to get rave reviews of our work from HIM is something we feel very good about.