It’s the “Dead of Winter.” The #DeadofWinter reminds me of that time I was snowed in over the #AlaskanRange in a Moose Hunting Camp whilst filming the reveal of a moose hunting lodge for the DIY Network’s season finale of “Building Alaska” (Season 5) which DIY Network billed as “Our Most Dramatic Finale Ever.” On a side note, my fellow crew members all opted to leave prior to the snow storm. They were done. (I don’t fault them for that nor disagree with their decisions) Thus— I had no choice but to manage cameras, drone, media, and batteries— solo— meanwhile camping in a leaky outfitter tent during the 2014 winter’s first blizzard and 0°F temperatures. Good times. No regrets. (FYI, that moving black dot in the snow is yours truly— lower left center of frame...
One of the most challenging shows I’ve worked on is now premiering on The History Channel! Don’t miss “Project Impossible!”
Check out the latest in Tiny House culture: "Tiny Paradise" that marries the tiny home concept with locations like Maui, Kauai, Joshua Tree, and California Wine Country. See these tiny home builders live their dreams, Fridays on HGTV. Earlier this year Firegold Films was on location to film episodes in North Carolina, Arizona, California, Texas, and The Bahamas.
Aerial video in Denver. Firegold Films.
Aerial stock footage of Colorado available for purchase and download directly from www.firegoldfilms.com. Archives include Summit County, Steamboat, Frisco, Lake Dillon, Downtown Denver, Routt National Forest and City Park Denver. All files are ProRes 422, 4K or 1080 HD, with no color grading.
4K Aerial stock footage of Denver available for purchase and download directly from Firegold Films. All files are 4K ProRes 422 with no color grading. For questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The year 2015 culminated with my second shoot for The Claudia G Collection in Houston, Texas. Once again, the models were fantastic, and the team was stellar. I brought in Noah Mittman of Snowman Films to operate his FS 700 on a steadicam to do what he does (mostly at 240 FPS for that nice slow-mo).