A World Once Over
Before Sap & Seedling, we were heavily invested in producing video content. We've had the chance to work with a wide range of people and companies from multi-nationals to the furthest removed Gaucho living in isolation. From all the projects we've had the privilege of collaborating on, we've realized the importance of following your heart. For us, that is to work with you.
What Drives Us
We work with early stage startups who are striving to live their lives fully. We want to help lift up entrepreneurs and help them share their stories.
Getting Our Hands Dirty
We believe that living fully and being present in every moment allows you to live a more fulfilled life. We also believe that when you honour the things in life that are important, that you are able to bring your best to any situation. For us, we strive to bring both of these elements together to ensure we capture the essence of a subject versus simply selling a product.
Where to Start?
We've crafted a production process that ensures we understand what you are hoping to do and work with you to ensure we can help you excel with your business. Below are the steps we take when approaching any project.
01 | Discovery Session
The discovery session is where we design the way we will work together. During this stage, we will conduct a brand audit.
02 | Values Assessment
The values assessment is used to ensure we understand what you stand for and how you want to best represent your brand.
03 | Creative Development
This is where the fun begins. We will leverage the values assessment workbook you completed to start to craft some creative ideas to bring to life.
04 | Production
Once we have a clear idea of our creative approach, we will then move into production!
05 | Iterations & Delivery
Following production, we then start to craft the story and work with you to refine to ensure the core objectives are met.
06 | Debrief
Lastly, once production is complete, we will walk through the entire process to ensure you've accomplished what you were hoping to with the project and discuss areas of improvement, if needed.