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An upscale coffee shop or meeting in their homes should work just fine. Remember that the client is paying for you, not your facilities. Or at least that’s the way it should be. It’s been a while since I’ve produced a wedding video, but I can honestly say that I did $500,000 in business a year with a major health care insurance provider out of the front two rooms in my house. And they often pulled in my drive way, stepped over my kid’s skateboard in the yard and gladly sat with me in the make shift studio as I put together their video projects. Their revenue enabled me to move to a nice downtown studio location just across the street from them but the point is that if your work is good, where you work shouldn’t matter….IF you do your best to make your work space as professional as possible.