Aerial Craft uses state of the art technology to develop remote stabilised camera systems for the film and television industry.
Lightweight gimbals carrying full size cinema packages that can quickly go from handheld to airborne, underslung on a black-arm, cable-cam or monorail or as an alternative to traditional heads.
From our base in Pinewood Studio Wales, Aerial Craft shoot throughout the UK, Europe and Worldwide capturing groundbreaking cinematography.
What We Do
Aerial Craft use state of the art drones, gimbals & cable cams for a wide range of productions for film, tv and businesses.
The best and most reputable global companies have entrusted Aerial Craft with their needs - they have not been disappointed.
Red and Black Films had a great experience working with Christian and the team on our supernatural thriller, Don’t Knock Twice. Without doubt, even our most elegant locations were further enhanced by their stunning aerial cinematography.
I had the pleasure of working with aerial craft on the Casualty 30th anniversary special. Aerial photography played a huge part in the storytelling of this episode and I was very impressed with Christian and Henry’s work. not only did they create beautiful, cinematic shots, but they also understood their place in the story. I’d work with them again in a heartbeat and would recommend them highly.
About Aerial Craft
Henry and Christian founded Aerial Craft in 2014. Working in television and film production we saw the potential of emerging drone and gimbal technology to combine our passions for building and flying RC helicopters and cinematography.
Coupled with a production know-how that comes from being in the business for twenty years we have the skills to understand your brief and provide the shots that will make your project fly!
Aerial Craft are an approved supplier to BBC, ITV, Netflix, HBO and SKY. If you want to find out how remotely operated stabilised gimbals can enhance your production then feel free to give us a call.