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Film & Media

Looking for a location for your next Alaska glacier or backcountry shoot? Need a complete base camp and logistics for your film crew, commercial or documentary? We offer helicopter aerial photography and film charters that have you covered! Our helicopter film services in Alaska are managed by outdoor professionals with the experience, flexibility, and resources to help you get your project done on time and within budget. Our helicopter aerial photography and film charters utilize a fleet of seven helicopters, complete with expert glacier and alpine guides and rigging gear.

Big project? Lots of moving parts and pieces? No problem! Parking of RVs and trucks is available at both our locations. No project is too small and we’ve yet to see one too big for our helicopter film services in Alaska to handle! Start planning your shoot with us today—we’re open year-round.

Most Recent Projects:

Disney – Animated movie shoot (2017)

Sony – Professional photo shoot / A9 camera test (2017)

Jeff Shultz – photo shoot at Lake George (2017)

Compendium Studio – Woolrich Commercial (2016)

Trator Fims (Brazil) – Samsung TV Commercial shoot (2016)

National Geographic – Weird But True episode for Nat Geo Kids (2016)

DeVries Global (Singapore) – Commercial shoot (2015)

Columbia Sportswear – Commercial shoot (2015)

ATIA – Alaska Promo (2015)

STOD TV Iceland (2015)

Discovery Channel – Inside America – Alaska Land of Fire & Ice (2013)

Radical Media / Piksik – Coors Light Superbowl Commercial (2012)

Teton Gravity Research – The Dream Factory (2012)

German TV – TV Show (2012)

French TV5 – Echappes Belles (2012)

NBC – Today Show with Al Roker (2011)

Dutch TV – TV Show (2010)

Coldwater Creek – Commercial (2010)

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