I went to Dunsfold in August to create a promo film of a supercar experience day with the company supercardrivesdays.co.uk mixing Drone with Ground, and first person view shots using an Osmo action, you can see the video below…
I was invited back to document the garderns in Arundel Castle as it was their annual Tulip Festival. Whilst drone always looks great, the ground filming was especially important here to really pick out the detail and colour, plus blue skies is always a bonus
Recently I went to Brighton to photograph and film the Starlings from the Brighton Palace Pier. Decided to film them in slo-mo up to 250fps
1200 sqm painted floor artwork in the East Court of Alexandra Palace, London, by the amazing artists Art + Believe. Using a mix of Ground and drone filming I created a short film of this amazing artwork which is available to see in the East Court of Alexandra Palace.
As the weather has been so good, I had a day out with my dad, brother, niece and nephews on the boat. Was a great day and I created a short little film. This was all hand held with a GH5 and the drone was P4P. Loving the GH5 for daytime filming.
In march this year I was commissioned to create a promo film for a 300 hp supercharged Orca giving thrill rides at the London Victoria Docks. Due to the fact this was right next to London Airport I had to get permission from ATC and plan it when there was no activity at the airport, so…
Again working with the amazing art+believe artists, I created a short ground based film of their work in Croydon which was part of a regeneration project in Surrey Street Market.
Working with a local car bodyworks company, I was asked to capture photos and also create a short Promo film of the company. This was a mix of ground and aerial filming which can be seen below. and licensed music which can be seen below..
I created a short film without aerials this time, just static shots of Brighton at the quiet times. Filmed using the Sony A7r2 and various lenses. Sometimes the pressure of not having to worry about permissions, site surveys and risk assessments when doing ground filming makes a nice change.