•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.
•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.
•October 12, 2013 • 1 Comment
So my quadcopter has been used in its first fictional feature film called Bodkin Ras and shot around Forres. It is a dutch feature and there is a possibility my footage could be the opening shot and the end shot of the film.
I can’t show any of the footage but here is a wee 1 minute shot I did this evening from Aviemore of the snowy cairngorms in the distance and a bit of helicopter music.
•August 30, 2013 • Leave a Comment
•August 22, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Heres a wee clip I made while doing the instructional clips for Glenmore lodge. Enjoy
•March 16, 2013 • 1 Comment
This is the trailer to the 80 clips I’ve been working on for Glenmore Lodge this last month. Its been fun.
Glenmore lodge is Scotland’s National outdoor centre.
•March 1, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Here is a film from Kendal (possibly 1998 or 1999) Living for the Weekend. I held a camera for the first time for 5-10 minutes under the instruction of Director, filmmaker, cameraman, editor, Nick Tarmey in the Alps. Nick was a master in film making and this film was written about more after Kendal that year than any other. If there had been a peoples choice award at the time it would have won. I think it inspired the award to be created. Nick would have been our modern day Leo Dickinson if he had continued on his filmmaking. He made three films in total during GUMC years.
The film features some still hugely active walkers, climbers and respected outdoor professionals. They had the real survival of the fittest apprenticeship. Not a highly recommended apprenticeship but if you don’t know anything else it is what you do to learn.
Check out the just giving page at the end and enjoy.