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Aerial Photography & Videography

Aerial drone photography and videography servicing Vancouver Island and beyond. Equipped with multiple DJI drones and a custom home-built FPV with GoPro Hero 10 filming capabilities, we provide 4K resolution photographs and videos for all of your projects that require visually stunning content. Licensed.

Aerial Photography & Videography Services Include:

Architecture

Construction

Tourism

Weddings and Events

Time Lapse Videos

Automobile and Racing

Surveying and Inspection

Meet Your Pilot, Yannick!

Yannick- Licensed Drone Videographer
Yannick moved to the Island from Quebec in 2014 in desire of a lifestyle connected to nature. He loves to grow his own food and enjoys exploring the wildness of Vancouver Island. In his drone work, you can see his affinity to nature and the environment. Yannick is thoughtful in his approach to his projects, creating a cinematic, storytelling product every time.

Aerial Videography and Photography Work;

Madrona Beach Resort Website Header

Madrona Beach Resort requested a 60-second video for their website header that showcases both the beauty of their resort, and its proximity to the ocean. This video was shot in two different lighting scenarios to highlight the resort; sunrise and afternoon daytime light.

Tamara and Morgan’s West Coast Helicopters Elopement

Tamara and Morgan’s EPIC helicopter elopement with West Coast Helicopters took these two and their kids to the top of a local mountain where they exchanged their vows and became officially married. After enjoying a craft beer on the summit, we flew over to the Broken Group Islands and landed on a white sandy beach, an absolutely surreal location to enjoy their charcuterie board and first dance. ♥

Vancouver Island Off-Roading Life

The off-roading scene on Vancouver Island is hugely popular; approximately 70% of the roads on the Island are gravel logging roads, and the possibilities are endless. This remote camping spot requires driving through a creek, actually following along the water flow until reaching this lakeside beach. As you can see, camp was FULL of off-roading enthusiasts!