River Spey Film

•June 18, 2014 • Leave a Comment

I have just completed making a short and longer version of a Spey descent with my good mate Biscuit guiding it.  I paddled solo alongside the team in a constant battle to keep up and overtake the team and get shots.  A hard work shoot but very worthwhile as I got many different angles.  Some of the more exciting ones coming from the air.  Flying my Quadcopter twice a day over the water was one of my most adrenaline filled parts of the descent for me.  It does not float and is not waterproof.  Have a watch below.

Shorter version for youtube and Facebook 3.30mins

Longer version for websites of the full 4 day descent 8.40mins

Prince Harry comes to see our/his microlight

•February 23, 2014 • 1 Comment

 

Harry and team Camera lens Harry Kirk spitfire

 

Harry came to visit and chat to the guys about our Flying for Freedom organisation.  I was stuck in the press pen withe the masses but he had a good chat with John, James and Nathan.  Nathan and Alan also got to race him round the track in fancy cars.

Flyinmg for Freedom Sweden training

•February 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment

The team head to Sweden to trial the microlights in the cold and snow.  We learnt lots about the microlights and what we need to adapt and about our team as it was the first time we have all been together.

Our Pulsar Microlight on Ski’s

•February 13, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Here is a wee shot of our Pulsar Microlight on Ski’s during testing in Northern Sweden.  We are looking for more sponsors and if you want to follow us goto http://www.flyingforfreedom.org or look up British Antarctic Microlight Expedition on Facebook

Flying for Freedom Sweden training

•February 5, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Here is us starting our training flying from our frozen lake camp in Northern Sweden.

•November 28, 2013 • Leave a Comment

This is a short film I popped together to give a taster of the WEMSI Wilderness emergency medical technician course. I attended the first responder course the week before which was also brilliant.

Climbers, expedition leaders, mountain rescue, doctors and kayakers attended this to better there medical knowledge. The course is run by volunteers who have a passion for wilderness medical work. They include, kayakers, guides, climbers, pilots, doctors, Rescue team members, paramedics, instructors and many more. With this mix of tutors from many backgrounds and a wealth of experience comes this course which is no doubt the top course in its field in the world.

The courses are run Internationally the next one is in feb or march in Ireland.

Quadcopter out with Fiddes Architects

•November 6, 2013 • Leave a Comment

So had the quadcopter out last week to do a bit of flying for Fiddes Architects and to help the show reel build.  Heres a wee clip I made for Eoghain’s website.  The music is by a friend John Alexander.

 
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 30 other followers