A delightful summer morning at Umbrella Falls on the slopes of Mt. Hood.
It seems hauntingly beautiful to see a forest recover from a tragic fire. Cloud Cap Inn was severely threatened but survived due to a lot of hard work by firefighters.
We are pleased to have added an Inspire 1 to our resources. Enjoy a summer morning near Mt. Hood!
We are pleased to have worked with the US Forest Service, Deschutes National Forest to create this video to be shown in their visitor centers. It gives an overview of the geology of the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. Shot in the fall and winter of 2015.
This recruitment video for the Estacada Fire District used all sorts of different cameras and techniques, from aerial to Glidecam to Gimbal and GoPros stuck all sorts of places they shouldn’t go, along with media supplied by the client. We worked hard to collaboratively come up with a great video for this client!
Shots from a variety of projects and practice sessions. The forested shots are from visits to Oregon Tree Farmer of the Year candidates. This was the first year they could have aerial video, and the loved it. For once they could see the forest for the trees!
Produced for the Deschutes National Forest. Shot over many separate days during the summer of 2014. We used a variety of cameras including 5d mk II, Sony EX3, GoPros, and equipment ranging from sliders, Glidecam and the XproHeli.
Thanksgiving week gave me a chance to fly around Fort Casey on Whidbey Island, Washington using the XproHeli and a GoPro 3+ Black.