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Broadcast and Film Aerial Clients

Our work takes us all over Britain and often beyond.  Here’s a selection of our recent clients.


James May's Cars of the People (BBC2)

December 2013
Two helicopters working in perfect harmony with several cameras on the ground at Dunkeswell Airfield in Devon to produce a shot with added impact.

P1 Powerboats (Sky Sports)

August 2014
Following the fast boats with a fast helicopter at several locations around Britain each summer.   A high-profile event where the helicopter is an integral part of the action!

London Array Wind Farm

May 2013
The wind farm is some 12 miles off the Kent coast - perfect for sunset pictures of Europe's largest array of turbines and their ancillary facilities both on and off-shore.

Inside Men (BBC)

September 2011
Chasing a getaway car over the Severn Bridge, and following the action from our vantage point above the docklands town of Sharpness, Inside Men gave us a chance to work closely with the director and bring added excitement to this BBC drama series.

Rosamund Pilcher dramas (ZDF)

August 2011
Frankfurt Film Produktion’s long-running series based on stories by the English romantic novelist is a big hit in Germany – and brings plenty of German visitors to see the beauty of the West Country.

All Roads Lead Home (BBC)

July 2011
Two gorgeous days in Snowdonia, shooting pictures of the Ffestiniog Railway, slate mine workings and of course the mountains.  We also shot the Cornwall programme in this series, chasing trains over the Tamar bridge, and the dramatic cliffs and seascapes of the West Country.

Don’t Tell The Bride (BBC3)

June 2011
She wasn’t expecting this - not only a helicopter ride to the church, but some spontaneous air-to-air filming when the helicopter called in at our base at Staddon Heights. Truly a day to remember!

Fish Town - Brixham (Sky Atlantic)

June 2011
Getting up at the crack of dawn didn’t stop us enjoying this one - the patches of mist in the valley floors and a soft orange sunrise over the English Channel, and some dramatic fishing action in the coastal waters made it a shoot to remember.