BAVUG 2018 July: Freelancer Forum at Finish

FROM OUR FRIENDS AT BAVUG:  Are you a freelance editor, motion graphic designer, audio engineer, colorist or other? Whether you’re brand new or a seasoned veteran, it takes a lot to navigate the ups and downs of finding and maintaining clients, staying competitive in the market and, of course, getting paid. For our July meeting, we’re pleased to announce that our friends at Finish are letting us use their roof deck (weather permitting) for an evening of networking that’s designed exclusively for the freelance post-production professional in the Boston area. Join us, meet up with old friends, make new ones and share your tips on making it as a freelancer in Boston.

If you’re a producer or other video professional that hires freelance post-production for your projects, then you’re welcome to attend too! The Boston area is a relatively small video community, so it is our aim to facilitate networking opportunities whenever possible.

For this meeting, BAVUG is asking for $10 per person to cover food and beverages and other expenses. They’ll give every registered attendee 3 raffle tickets when they check-in.

Registration for this event is available until 12pm on July 11 (or until we reach capacity). All payments and registrations must occur online prior to 12pm the day of the event. No transactions will take place at the check-in. CLICK HERE for details + to register.

 

BAVUG Meeting: Getting a Great Soundtrack with Real World Tips for Collaborating with Composers

BAVUG’s September 14th meeting here at Rule Boston Camera features “Getting a Great Soundtrack: Real World Tips for Collaborating w/Composers” where members and guests will learn why incorporating original music can be simultaneously one of the most exciting and most stressful phases of a project. What practices can smooth the collaboration between the director, editor, and composer… and result in a great score that helps deliver the right message?

Join award-winning composer Clifford Anderson for a session covering the creative process, essential business practices, and workflow tips that can help make your soundtrack shine. Come away with practical knowledge to effectively plan for contracts, budgeting, timelines, spotting sessions, working with temp music, managing revisions, and the final mix session — and ensure a fantastic collaboration.

About Clifford Anderson:
Clifford Anderson composes music for film, games, and other media. His compositions have been recognized by ASCAP with both an ASCAP Plus Award and as a selection for the Film & TV Panel at the ASCAP Expo. For 12 years, Cliff helped to create and run the world’s premiere online music school, Berklee Online. His recent soundtrack work includes a narrative film selected for the Different Faces Different Voices Film Festival and a documentary featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning author David McCullough.

Doors open for check-in at 6pm, enjoy complimentary refreshments and socializing until 7pm.
Make sure you register to be eligible for the raffle! All registered attendees will receive one free raffle ticket. 2016 BAVUG Members will recieve an additional two raffle tickets.

Click here to register.

 

PARKING FOR RBC EVENTS:

If our parking lot at 395 Western Avenue is full, please park at the Brighton Mills parking lot at 360 Western Avenue, Brighton. Please be sure to RSVP so we can forward the parking pass for your dashboard if you park in this overflow lot, or click on RBC PARKING PASS to print your own. Thanks.