Last month I posted some photos from assignments I shot in 2019. After writing that post I realized I had a bunch of drone video from several of those assignments. So, I figured I might as well share that too!
Drones have become an integral part of my job. I rarely use them exclusively for a shoot, but I probably use a drone on two thirds of my projects these days. They provide an easy alternative perspective that is often hard to achieve otherwise. The footage above was shot while shooting for the following clients: The Nature Conservancy, Sebago Clean Waters, Manomet, The Conservation Fund, Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust, Thalo Blue Design, The Trust for Public Land, Casco Bay Estuary Partnership, and The Society for the Protection of NH Forests.
I also shot a lot of drone footage for my upcoming film, The Merrimack: River at Risk. Believe me, it would be a much different film without the use of drones. The aerial perspectives we shot for this film could not have been done without them on a local documentary filmmaker’s budget. Stay tuned – I hope to announce a release date for the film soon.