When we say we've worked with some amazing talent, we really mean it.
On this page you can review just some of the amazing productions we've had the pleasure of working on. We would love to add your project to this list.
This project created some unique challenges, including flying from many complex locations across London and coordinating with manned aircraft.
In total we flew for multiple days across several sites using our in house Canon C70 and L-series lenses.
It was a real privilege to fly at such an iconic venue, which included flying from the roof as well as the famous Savoy Court to get the shots.
We shot series one on the Canon 5Dmk4, with series two using our Canon C70 and L-series lenses.
This video was a really fun concept, with the final product deliberately intending to look low resolution and with a 'staticky' feel to it.
The entire video was shot using a micro drone and CMOS camera we would normally only use for the pilot's FPV feed.
From flying from the helipad to chasing ambulances, we were able to use our skills to help create shots used across multiple series.
We were able to use our advanced permit to safely and lawfully obtain shots where others could not.
We filmed over various days (and nights) for this series to create a series of imagery that could be used across multiple stories in the series.
On one occasion we were able to showcase our experience by getting approval to fly in restricted airspace in under 24 hours.
We love working on the different and the unusual, and filming a life size flying Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is definitely up there.
Chris was also in front of the camera on this one, helping to test fly and set up the prototype design.
We were brought in to take shots using our specialist first person view (FPV) drones when the script called for speed and agility.
We provided our shots from a custom mini-cinewhoop FPV drone fitted with a modified GoPro camera.
We were lucky enough to get to fly around this iconic coaster to help create content for its 25th anniversary, including performing a one-shot.
We filmed the entire shoot using a GoPro, which was then fed through ReelSteady to smooth out the footage.
Flexing our creative design skills we created over 300 radio controlled missiles and two life size torpedoes to be used in the live shows.
We also helped to recruit a pilot that went on the world tour to operate the custom models.