Spirit Vision Films recently entered the aerial videography real estate market here on the North Olympic Peninsula. We are putting our FAA Section 333 exemption to work flying for local real estate brokers to help highlight their listings from the air. But we do not only do aerial videography. We were photographers long before we got involved with videography and enjoy doing photo shoots as well as videography, aerial or ground based.
This last month, Cedarbrook Lavender and Herb Farm hired us to do a shoot for a vacation rental located on their property. It is listed with the VRBO (Vacation Rental By Owner) website. They were looking to update their old photos with recent, higher quality ones. We were more than happy to help them make this a reality.
Our policy here at Spirit Vision Films is not only to help you with your videography and photographic needs, but also to create a link and highlight your services or products on our site as well. This we have done with Cedarbrook.
If your thinking about coming to Sequim, you might want to consider contacting Marcella Stachurski of Cedarbrook and book a few nights in their vacation rental above Sequim. Call 360-683-7733 or email her at Cedbrook@olypen.com and get the details. Here are few of the shots of that vacation rental we took for them.
Once again Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County will be holding their benefit fundraiser, the Taste of the Peninsula. It will be held on April 16th, 2016 at the Sunland Ballroom in Sequim, Washington.
And Spirit Vision Films will again create a short video for them to be shown that night in honor of Habitat’s 25th year serving the under-housed on the North Olympic Peninsula. Last year’s video was well received (you can see that one in our archives) and it is my desire to help make their video no less effective this year as well.
Habitat came up with the idea to have 25 doors painted by local artists and other folks who wanted to get involved with the project, including very young folks indeed! As it turned out the response was overwhelming and they actually got 33 doors in the hands of folks who then turned them into works of art. These doors will be auctioned off at the Taste of the Peninsula.
Habitat presented the artistic doors to the public at the Sequim Civic Center at the Friday Art Walk, March 4th, at the Rainforest Art Center in Forks, March 9th, and finally in Port Angeles on March 12th, at Studio Bob’s upstairs gallery. The public turned out in force to see these very cool works of art. I managed to make the Sequim and Port Angeles showings and photographed some of the doors to be auctioned off.
Hope to see you at the Taste of the Peninsula on April 16th, 2016. Here are some of the doors that will be auctioned that night:
Spirit Vision Films offers many different video products including short documentary films like we produced for the Pacific Northwest Fiber Web. We also do product videography for businesses that want to highlight their merchandise or services through web, blog, and social media sites such as Face Book.
We also support fund raising activities, along with helping highlight non-profit entities contributions to local needs such as the Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County with our video work.
With our FAA Section 333 exemption to fly UAV commercially we also have forayed into the local real estate market. UAVs are ideal for showcasing properties, whether on top of Bell Hill, along a bluff or golf course, or being able to get close up and personal with a large tract of land to show potential buyers some of the features that can only be done from above.
So we are pleased to announce our first endeavor into this field with an aerial highlight of a beautiful home on Bell Hill. 93 Owls Nest to be exact. It is represented by Bob Torres of Torres Real Estate in Sequim. Now the real estate market in Sequim can have another perspective than just ground based photography or videography.
Give us a call and we can create a special aerial video for you as well!