Luke Millett Productions
Customers rated this pro highly for work quality, value, and punctuality.
I have not received the final product yet, but I am looking forward to it! Luke has been very responsiveDec 11, 2017Verified
Excellent video taking and personal help. Glad I asked for him. Will do so again.Apr 30, 2017Verified
About this pro
I constantly go above and beyond for my clients. I'm always early to my shoots, and early delivering a high quality final product that the client can be proud of. I also have very competitive prices, I'm constantly undercutting my competition while still delivering professional products for their business. I also have very high quality of standards and an eye for details. What I love most about my job is that it has a healthy balance of creative freedom as well as organization and task management. Many potential careers paths don't typically share this balance, they are either completely creative with very little structure, or they are too restrictive with very little creativity. I find that editing as well as videography allows me to explore my inner creativity and vision while still staying focused on budgets and deadlines, as well as data management and customer satisfaction. It's typically very difficult to find people in the creative or entertainment industry who can balance the art and the business aspects.
Times hired on Thumbtack10
LocationDenver, CO 80210
Photos and Videos
3 photos and 9 videos
Q & A
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I actually have a very simple pricing system; if the project is going to be ongoing and continuous for what could be weeks on end, I charge anywhere from twenty to thirty dollars an hour, whether it is shooting or editing or both. If it is a less involved project that would potentially only take a few days to complete, then I would just charge a flat rate, regardless of how long it actually ends up taking in the end. My flat rates typically run between one hundred and fifty dollars to three hundred dollars, again, depending on the project. The nice thing about being an independent contractor is I'm very open to bargaining, especially with clients with a less than standard budget. I know how it can be when you just need to get something done but just can't seem to get the desired funding.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Typically I collect all the data on the project they want, I ballpark some estimates with them and feel them out to see what their budget is. If we all agree on the price and the amount of work to be done we then continue with the scheduling process of when the shoot is or when they need a project edited by. I then submit them the final product and based on if corrections are needed or not, I then submit to them an invoice which is paid after the work is approved.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?In highschool I was on the video production team and helped run the local channel 9 station. In college I majored in digital cinema and video production and received my BFA. Since graduating, I have done nothing but shoot and edit professionally for clients in the video field.