Winter barely crept in the door and we have already been taking clients up to the beautiful snowy cabins surrounding the area. In November we had the privilege of taking a small crew up to the Callaghan Country Cabin for a U-Loveit [Chinese Milk Tea] commercial. We were super lucky mother nature likes us as there was the perfect amount of snow and even the surrounding lakes were frozen and exposed. The temperatures were low but spirits were high and it certainly helped that we had a warm cabin to house people while being able to shoot the winter wonderland right outside our door.
Our main operator and all around great guy Paul Watt spent four days and nights on his feet fending off party animals with a Mōvi and an Epic to capture most of the in crowd shots in this video. We were super stoked to be working with Huka Entertainment not to mention the magnanimous man-studs that are Josh Martin and Ryan McNeely from Gifted Youth. We look forward to having a bigger part in the 2015 show that is assuming Paul’s feet and liver have healed sufficiently.
Stu & Shin are even lurking in the video can you find them?
We’re honoured to share the first look at B4BC’s documentary Chasing Sunshine, which follows one of the strongest women we know, Megan Pischke and her journey with breast cancer.
She is an amazing mother, friend, snowboarder, wife and all around human-being. It take’s great courage to share your most vulnerable moments with the world something as you will see that Megan has no lack of.
Learn more at chasingsunshineproject.org on how you can support the project.
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We felt privileged when we were asked to submit some footage for the Coast Mountain Academy’s Indiegogo campaign. We are stoked on where we live and we love the way they are approaching education.
We recently updated our website with a new design and some fresh work, click on through and check it out we would be stoked to hear what you have to say about it!
Shin and our good buddies from Freeride entertainment recently traveled to Zambia and put the MōVI through the paces in a new environment. They chased down every animal and critter they could from the back of trucks, motorbikes, hippos, helicopters and found that once the rig was in use they had no need for any other system to get the shot.
Contact us if you are looking for an affordable moving stabilized shooting platform.