F'LY ASKED Q's

HOW DID SCOUTS HONOR MEDIA FORM?

Here's the short version: In 2011 Adam contacted Stephen the Levite of Lamp Mode Recordings to offer his design services.  STL passed Adam's info over to Josh, who owns Lamp Mode.  Josh asked Adam to design a t-shirt for the label.  About 9 months later Josh pitched the idea of starting a visual media company to Adam.  (He even got down on one knee.)

How much do you charge?

That's a great question.  And one that's not easily answered.  Our rates change with each project according to the scope and details of the work.  If you're serious about working with us your best bet is to fill out the contact form and let us know what you're looking to do.

Do you take interns?

We have had interns in the past, and they've been great.  Our need and availability to take someone on comes and goes.  If you're interested, just hit us up through the form and maybe you'll get lucky.

I have a logo and need it revised. Can you do that?

Of course we can. But we don't.  Sorry 'bout that. We prefer to start from scratch.

What do you mean by "visual media"?

Well we're capable of producing a wide variety of creative projects.  From music videos, to brand videos, to album art direction and execution, to editorial illustration, and the list could go on.  We don't limit ourselves to any specific area so we feel "visual media" is the best all-encompassing term we can come up with.

Where did you go to college?

Josh graduated from Slippery Rock University with a BA in Communications.  Adam earned a BFA in Metals and Jewelry (yep, jewelry) from Savannah College of Art and Design.

Are Scouts Honor Media and Lamp Mode Recordings related?

Josh is the founder and owner of Lamp Mode.  When we started Scouts Honor, Lamp Mode became our client.  We now produce the majority of graphics and video for Lamp Mode.  But no, the two companies are not officially related.

I don't have enough money to pay for my project.  Will you do a payment plan?

No, sorry.  Although we regularly split project payments into segments, we cannot sign on to a project if funds are that tight.