We have enjoyed the privilege of working with extremely talented directors, aerial camera operators, producers and film pilots. Creating great aerial footage is a team effort. Here’s what they have to say about Aerial Filmworks…


NBC “Parenthood”

Just wanted to drop you a note to thank you for all your work last week when we were in Hawaii. Everyone is thrilled with how things turned out. I really appreciate your help in making the shoot so effortless and successful. Be sure to check out what we shot tomorrow night on NBC!

~Cary Jones, Co-Producer and Unit Production Manager
NBC Parenthood



"Million Dollar Otters" behind-the-scenes with Cinelfex V14HD.

The Cineflex V14 allowed us to film sea otters in their natural habitat from long distances. The gyro-stabilization system keeps the lens rock solid even though we were on a moving boat. We were able to capture unique animal behavior.

~Emma Napper, Producer- BBC Natural History


California Environmental Legacy Project

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Thank you Ron! We appreciate all of your expertise and effort in completing the aerials for the project. You’ve done a great job helping us capture the beauty, majesty and diversity of California! The images look stunning.

~James Baxter, Executive Producer
California Environmental Legacy Project


Something From Nothing: Art of Rap
Voted Top 10 Best Music Film at Sundance 2012 by Rolling Stone Magazine

Andy Baybutt, Art of Rap

I am overjoyed with the results of our filming days. The contrast of street shots and helicopter are working tremendously, establishing our artists very well. Thank you again for your outstanding work!

~Andy Baybutt, Director of Photography, Art of Rap


Burton Snowboards


Just wrapped a great Cineflex sequence on the new Burton snowboard film. The amazing gyro-stabilization of the V14 in windy mountain conditions saved our project. Gray, the camera operator, is a total pro. Aerial Filmworks, despite last minute changes and adverse conditions, really delivered for us. I’m already looking forward to the next project.

~Brad Kremer, Director- Burton Snowboards


Discovery Channel: Raging Planet II


I just wanted to say how pleased I am with the quality of the aerials that you have shot for us. I’ve viewed all the Hawaii aerials, the wild fires, the floods, the Dopplar trucks and the river shots. They are all fabulous, but my absolute favourite is the footage of the lava deep inside the earth that you shot in Hawaii – absolutely steady as a rock and gorgeous! I also loved the low aerials as you followed the river– very classy! As I am sure you realize, this is a difficult series to plan filming in advance and we really appreciate the way you have been able to spring into action with such short notice and work so efficiently.

~Alice Harper, Raging Planet II, Series Producer
Pioneer TV Productions


TruTV: Maui Chopper

Thanks so much for all your hard work; my editors are blown away by what you shot, the air-to-air of the helicopter formations were amazing, and will definitely make this show sensational! We are really happy with what we got and will definitely be contacting you for any subsequent series.

~Al Edgington, Maui Chopper (TruTV series)


Sony Electronics

Your video footage was stunning! We displayed your aerials in Las Vegas at NAB on our new broadcast monitors and stopped people in their tracks. Thanks Ron!

~Val Reynolds, Sony Electronics


That’s It, That’s All
Snowboard film starring Travis Rice, directed by Curt Morgan

Cineflex Thats It Thats All

I just wrapped a month long project using Aerial Filmworks camera, monitors and Sony SRW-1 deck. Their team delivered as promised and provided support all along the way. The Cineflex is the camera of choice for HD video…

~Mark Hryma, Aerial DP, Flyboy Pictures


General Dynamics

Great work on the video output! Aerial Filmworks is a step-up on the competition as far as video quality… you are the first company attempting this level of color with the Cineflex Camera System. Your raw video should be much easier to work with.

~Jason, General Dynamics