We offer a complete range of media services, including photography and podcasts to help small businesses grow their company and audiences. Our experience has taught us how to be a lean production machine, depending on your budget and expectations.

There are a lot of pieces involved in developing a compelling video. Our experience at McCann Productions has taught us how to be a lean production machine, depending on your budget and expectations.

Laying the proper groundwork is essential to developing a great video. Pre-production is where we figure out the best game plan for your business. We decide on the video concept, the look/feel, and the style; we write the script, cast any actors, decide on a location and set design, and lock down all the other details involved with how the actual video will look, sound, and perform.<br>

We're rolling! Now that we have a roadmap developed in the pre-production stage, it's time to put it together in front of the cameras. This is where our professional crew of directors of photography, camera operators, sound engineers, and lighting techs do what they do best — film a great video.

Suppose production is combining all the ingredients to bake the cake from the recipe developed in pre-production. In that case, post-production puts the icing on the cake and makes it look irresistibly delicious. Our editorial post-production team kicks in to shape your story, handle color correction, record any voiceovers, clean up the audio, add music, create graphics, and, in general, make sure your video looks like we planned in pre-production. It is at this stage that you'll see the first cut.

With the final cut complete and your approval signed off, we will create high-quality video files of your video. 

Once you have seen the first cut, you can share your thoughts with us. There is one round of revisions allowed at this stage, within reasonable expectations and the scope of the original video concept.


To complete the work outlined in the project scope, we will need approximately four (4) weeks from beginning to end, depending on when we receive feedback at each milestone. Upon signing the proposal, we are prepared to start work immediately.