As well as contracted work, I work daily capturing images for national (And Local) newspapers. You can see below a selection of publications my work can be regularly seen in.
Craig Mathieson (British Polar Explorer), Macdonald Aviemore Resort (Hotels and resorts), The Travel Channel, Inverness Caley Marina, Inverness University of Highlands and Islands, BBC Focus Magazine, brechin tindal oatts (Law/Litigation), Communicating By Design Limited, The Independent, The Times, Golf Illustrated, The Guardian, BBCI, The Herald, The Scotsman, The Sunday Post, Daily Record, Edinburgh News, The Catholic Church of Scotland, The Star, Metro, The Scottish Sun newspaper, Daily Mail, The Inverness Press and Journal, The Stirling Observer, The Strathspey Herald, Total Film Magazine, TV Digital (German) magazine, Aeriel Camera Systems, Nicola Sturgeon MSP, Danny Alexander MP, BBC In House magazine, BBC (Day in Pictures), BBC News, Scottish Television News (STV), British Philatelic Bulletin (Royal Mail), Mobility (UK Government agency), Mammals UK magazine, Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain (Calendar), Chartered Institute of Housing, Safedem (Demolition), SUST (Scottish Government funded) and others (Available on request).
Aerial Photography Scotland and worldwide. CAA approved UAV aerial photographer and videographer.
From producing content for the BBC, SKY, The Travel Channel and others to major publications such as The Times, Guardian and more, Aaron has the experience to produce both still images and broadcast quality aerial video.
Using the DJI Inspire X5R UAV for high quality broadcast exceeding quality footage and excellent quality aerial images.
Above: Loch An Eilean, Highland, Scotland aerial image.
Peter Farrer Chief Operating Officer of Scottish Water press image.
RWE Energy Kingussie Shinty press image.
Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh and Scottish Parliament
Zara, the UK's third Polar Bear press image
Aerial photography from fixed wing aircraft and tethered Helium Balloon nr Aberdeen.
Aerial photograph near Dundee, solar panel PV installation. Old aerial photography setup.
Yes, I take images worldwide. On client request in sensitive locations use my tethered Aerostat. My rig is a large Blue Balloon (Bluebird) tethered using high tech Dyneema line and a stabilised radio controlled DSLR pan/tilt camera rig. Images come out clear, and the rig can be used where many UAV's and fixed wing aircraft cant, such as London City. The Helikite is near silent as it is non powered.
Above: Excavating buildings bombed in WW2 from the dirt in Dresden.
When very high altitude images are to be taken, I utilise a fixed wing single engine aircraft for a flyover, circuiting the target area gathering images as I fly! All flights with the Helikite are approved by the Civil Aviation Authority. You can find Aerial Scotland aerial photography at www.aerialscotland.co.uk
Aerial image of Ruthven Barracks, Scotland. Taken from screenshot of video.
Inverness aerial photograph from a fixed wing Warrior aircraft
Pole Aerial Photography?
Yes! I use a custom built extendable portable pole to create elevated images. Whether it be an archaeological dig or corporate company headquarters, the pole is a fantastic way of creating a single photo, or for something a little different, a multi image stitched panorama. The pole can be used in pretty much any area when all other aerial solutions are shown to be impractical.
Pole aerial image - Inverness Caley Marina
Pole aerial image - Timber sawmill, Boat of Garten Scotland
Certainly! I work with a number of UK organisations and companies to create images for print and online publishing. With a 4x4, high quality camera equipment and GPS tagging, I can photograph almost any location or event
Peter Andre press image
Craig Mathieson Polar Explorer Scotland press image
Winter bridge image for TV weather production backdrop
Kessock Bridge, Inverness Scotland
From Scotland, England, Ireland, Greece to Romania and Germany, the USA and other countries, I can often cover worldwide assignments with only 24 Hours notice. For assignments in Scotland it is often possible to be on location within hours of a call.
I love Flickr, which is why I upload much of my work on it. See my Flickr photostream Here!
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