Hope everyone had an enjoyable holiday! 2017 was a very successful year for us. We couldn't be any happier with all the new customer relationships we formed over the course of the year and are looking forward to continuing our partnerships with these businesses throughout 2018 and beyond. We've positioned ourselves for continued grow in the new year and are excited for a great 2018 - we hope you are as well.
First thing's first... as mentioned in a prior post, we recently worked on the set of a new Discovery Channel series that was filming in Colorado Springs. The show has finally aired so we're able to give you more info. Our work will be featured on next week's episode (#2 - airing Tuesday the 9th at 8pm MST). We worked on the show in multiple capacities: as a drone survey consultant helping the investigators locate a point of interest to their investigation, filming both main and B-roll footage (some of the coolest of which was a few drone to drone shots), and even making an appearance on the show. Discovery's page for the show can be found here: https://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/teslas-death-ray-a-murder-declassified/
Things haven't slowed down for the winter as anticipated. In fact, we've been busier than ever. The below photo is from the new REI store in Greenwood Village, which we shot for the contractor that installed the roof. It's a great looking building and one of my favorite shots from our jobs over the holidays.
In spite of Denver's major hail storm now being eight months in the history books, we're still conducting roof inspections for hail damage several days per week. While it's been great for business, the extent of the damage from that storm is shocking.
Commercial Properties remain our main focus, whether it be for lease management, sales, construction, or roofing. The low-angle, glaring, midday winter sunlight has been a significant challenge in both photo and video, and while we have the necessary tools and experience to largely mitigate the issue, clients are still advised to take it into consideration when requesting specific shoot times and days. Technical challenges like these are just one of many reasons to avoid using the services of inexperienced drone service providers.
As always, the best way to keep up with our latest projects, interact with us, and see some occasional fun shots is on our social media accounts. Have a great 2018!