Slow Clap believes that authentic storytelling lies at the heart of
all great videos, campaigns, and outreach programs
We work with our clients to concept, script, and visualize video projects. We have some amazingly creative minds on our team.
So many things can go wrong on-set, which is why we believe preparation is king. Our team manages logistics, casting, locations, and gets a handle on all the complexity that goes into filmmaking.
We’ve developed a world-class team that can shape-shift to your project’s scope. From cast and crew of fifty people to a one-man-band, we turn that imagined storyboard into real footage.
Once it’s in the can, we dig deep to find the best story. So much of this work happens in the post-production process.
Animation & VFX
Motion graphics, animation, visual effects, 3D, we’ve done it all. Every new technology excites us. Another tool in the tool belt.
Color correction, sound design & mix, subtitles, closed captioning, packaging, and delivering to the world. Nuts to bolts.
What Our Clients Say
“With Slow Clap, we feel like we’re connecting with people who genuinely understand our project, concerns, feedback, and questions.
They make us feel like we’re their only client, and we never have to follow up on anything with them.”- Robin S.
“The team was both practical and inventive. Their efforts were well-received by stakeholders and internal staff. They responded quickly and seamlessly integrated with our team on a shared Slack channel. Professional and practical, they delivered everything required.”- Justin Barber
“Slow Clap delivered impressive visual content that generated positive feedback and significant donations that exceeded goals. The team was professional and encouraged feedback to facilitate effective collaboration.”- Beth Hall
“Slow Clap Productions’ video was well-received by the organization. The video was used by the sales team and spread on social media channels. Their professionalism, flexibility, and passion were impressive. The project manager was detail-oriented and communicative. “- Dan Sutton