Today on Blurred Radio, we talk with Erin Judd of No Frames in New York City about starting a commercial production company from nothing and scaling it to 4 locations in 3 countries. Erin also enlightens us on how to make and maintain excellent relationships on accounts, the ways in which widespread content is changing client expectations, and what it means to take care of creative people in honest and human ways.
If you’re a director, cinematographer, producer or account executive, there are innumerable nuggets of wisdom packed into this conversation with Erin that you can’t afford to ignore.
On a personal note, we owe our deepest gratitude to all of you who have subscribed, continue to listen, offer feedback and iTunes reviews, encourage us, and promote the growth of Blurred Radio. You (yes, you) are our inspiration!
In This Episode:
- 00:40 – The Delightful and Multifaceted Erin Judd
- 04:00 – How No Frames was Born
- 06:15 – No Clients, No Contacts, No Frames
- 09:28 – It’s a Relationship Industry
- 11:15 – Working and Growing with Clients
- 13:10 – Vetting Projects, Vetting Clients, Getting Started
- 18:35 – Being Choosy and Keeping Your Word
- 21:45 – Blurry Frames – Savvier Audiences Raising the Bar
- 25:40 – Staffing Up for Projects
- 27:30 – Words to Newbies – Have a POV, Be Receptive to Feedback
- 30:25 – The Proper Care and Feeding of Creatives
- 33:22 – How to Contact Erin Judd and Show Wrap
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