Recently Church House Westminster welcomed Damian Kwasnik, cinematographer, licensed drone pilot, and photographer to its seventh-floor rooftop for a full day’s drone photography shoot.
Damian has over 15 years of experience in the film and TV industry. He owns his own kit, including an Inspire 2 with a wide choice of prime lenses from 24mm to 90mm. Choose from multiple formats which are available, such as Live Stream 1080-720 / H264-UHD / ProRes-UHD / RAW-5K.
He works with major broadcasters like CNN, TRT, and a myriad of advertisers. You’ll be able to witness his projects in recent films such as ‘Red Notice’ on Netflix and the British drama television series based on the Noughts & Crosses novel series by Malorie Blackman on BBC.
With his five-year experience in the drone industry, drone photography is his passion, always looking for that perfect shot and timing it just right, considering the light and skyscapes of London.
Clients are in safe hands as Damian has 3 years of experience in getting permission and flying in highly congested and prohibited areas, not only in London, but also in Berlin, and the Acropolis of Athens.
Damian has a UK Drone License (Operational Authorisation Specific Category), as well as a French Drone License (EU/PL Drone License).
How drone photography can elevate events:
- Use a fly-through video pre-event from a major London landmark, such as the Houses of Parliament to Church House Westminster, to help build anticipation for the event and create a compelling location proposition.
- Alternatively, record a fly-through pre-event and play the edited video at the start of the event’s proceedings. This is useful to add a sense of occasion for those guests who are attending virtually.
- Share drone photography in pre-event communication and post-event follow-up to grow interest among your event community.
Email Damian Kwasnik for any drone photography enquiries, including last-minute availability* and details of his forthcoming London exhibition.
*Please note that official clearance takes approximately 3 weeks.
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