Why I’m Installing Theater Seats In The Studio

I’ve always been service oriented. To me it is important to make sure clients and customers are comfortable and well looked after. I feel like there are very few jobs and professions where this should not or does not apply. Maybe that’s my nature but I believe that this approach has helped me succeed not only as an employee but even more so as an entrepreneur.

In my agency days, the client was king. We would wine and dine clients like it was their birthday. We would jump through hoops to make them feel special and want to work with us. Now for the record, I’m not a fan of trying to make people like me by throwing money at them. That’s not the point. I actually did forge some great relationships because we just had a lot of fun together.

Now I’m at a point in my life where wining and dining and especially late night partying on a Wednesday is not really my thing. But there are still ways to go above and beyond to make clients feel extra special and welcome.

Here’s where the Theater Seats come in. When I was originally planning my studio, the concept was just a couch and and a TV. Somewhere to comfortably screen client videos that was not on my tablet or computer screen.

Well my Wife went searching and found these theater seats which seemed too perfect. And just like that, the simple and modest client screening area snowballed into a mini theater with authentic seating and a projector screen.

Currently I have most of the platform built. It is also on wheels so that I can move it around by myself and turn it to face whatever wall necessary. I have a few more boards to cut and lay down for the flooring and then I need to permanently bolt the seats to the boards. Like some of my projects in the studio, it is still a work in progress but I wanted to show it off and see what people think. is it too much? A little over the top? you be the judge.

Stay tuned for more progress as I finish it off and install the the projector in the next few weeks.

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What is BFresh.Studio?

BFresh.Studio is in full swing but the main question I still get is: “what is it?”. Is it a video studio? Mostly. Is it a Photo studio? sort of. What about a recording studio? ya we do a little bit of that too.

The answer is that the new Collingwood studio is all of the above. It is everything that we offer as BFresh.Media, now all under one roof. I call it a content creation hub because it’s really designed for content marketers. So if you have a YouTube channel or a podcast or you need lots of product photography and video for say your social media channels, then this space is for you.

It is important to note that we still offer regular video production services. So single video advertisements, shot on location, event promos, as well as motion graphics, and design are all still within our service offering. However, we now offer 3 new membership levels for those who need content on an ongoing basis. Basically if you need 1 video per month or 4+ videos per month, we have a membership package for you. Check out our rates and Membership details here: http://bfresh.media/studio/.

The studio is located at 1 First Street, suite 206-B, Collingwood Ontario. We are here from 9-5 Monday to Friday so come check us out!

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BFresh.Studio – A First Look

It has been a few weeks since getting the keys to the new studio so I made this video to show off the progress and kick start my own content marketing strategy.

So far, the walls have been painted, we blocked up a window and covered a door that is not needed.

In terms of soundproofing, we secured rigid foam insulation to the back of the main door to block out as much sound as possible when recording. Not to mention the window and alternate door coverings contain a lot of foam to reduce the amount of noise coming into the studio.

Another challenge that any studio will have is preventing echo but one that is easily overcome with some foam and cloth. You will see in the video that I’ve got a grey backdrop behind me (that still needs to be ironed) and this is stretched around a wooden frame that has a mattress cover pinned up behind it. This was not only a cost effective solution but one that is mobile and multi purposed. If I want to use only the dampening of the sound foam I can place the frame off to the side or I can hang other backdrops from the frame as needed. Just listen to the video and see how it sounds for yourself.

So as I said, the new studio is coming along but there is still a lot of work ahead of me but I hope to keep posting and keep everyone updated on what’s going on and perhaps inspire you to get out and get creating.

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