The Art of Delivering within a Tight Budget

As often as people look for The Answer to their budgetary issues, it always surprises me how ill-defined the goal usually is. In my experience, tight budgets aren’t the problem. Failure to determine the target and unrelated constraints are. Here’s what you need to know to plan for the budget you have: How much you got? What are […]

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Pre-Production or Death

Pre-Production: The Overview. The Script. The Plan. This is the stage when most of the mistakes are made that determine the outcome of your project. Decisions made early on will only be amplified later, and the same little “oops” here can grow up to become “YOU’RE FIRED” further down the line if you’re not careful. [Hint: any problems or […]

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What I need to play on your project

I realize now that there is a certain caliber of proficiency and engagement that I require in order to be involved with a creative project. No longer am I willing to give people my time and effort once success has been sabotaged. I don’t pretend to know when something is going to succeed, but I’ve been on enough […]

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