We love to show off our best images every quarter. These past few months have been quite eventful for us photographically (new buildings opening, bridges getting blown up, beautiful sunrise and twilight shoots, a magnificent soccer facility…and more!) See some of our pics below and be sure to visit our main gallery for all our best pics. Oh, and almost forgot, the most beautiful landscape in the world, our own Tennessee Rivers. Who has the best job? (lucky you get to come along.) Enjoy!
Wendy Whittemore – Flight Commander
Aerial Innovations of TN, KY
View of Nashville from the new Acme Feed & Seed on Broadway
Our flying companion
Beautiful Tennessee Rivers
New Belmont Academic Building
Sometimes they build, sometimes they blow it up. Paducah, KY
Luck sometimes has something to do with it
Classic Memphis, Mississippi River
They scored a Goal on this one! What a unique facility
We’re thrilled to have found out that one of our aerial images was chosen in ENR’s 2012 The Year In Construction Photo Contest! The shot was taken from a helicopter, about 1,200 feet above this storm drain installation project in Charleston, Tennessee. The photo was shot for Wright Brothers Construction.
Our image selected in the ENR 2012 Year In Construction Photo Contest.
We are among some great winners and were also lucky enough to have a photo chosen in the runner ups! The image is taken of workers with Kovach Building Enclosures install Kovabond to the exterior of the guitar shaped roof on Music City Center in Nashville. This is one of the many layers that make up the skin on the 6 Acre project.
Our image selected as a runner up in the ENR 2012 Year In Construction Photo Contest
Today marks year number Nine here at Aerial Innovations of Tennessee. We went through our archives and chose one (or two) images from each year to produce a sort of stroll down memory lane. Remember all the WalMarts being built? And Belmont Campus before the beautiful School of Nursing Building went up? And what about that big patch of dirt at the southeast of Memphis International? It finally turned into the Air National Guard compound. There were floods at our airports, new convention centers, new museums, public parks….well, take a look and enjoy the trip…we sure have!
**All photos were taken in June of their respective years (and some are on film (!))
In Order: 2003 – Nashville Stadium and Skyline (before LP!); 2004 – Start of the Hunter Museum, Chattanooga, shot for EMJ; 2005 – Belmont shot for RC Mathews and Public Square shot for Brasfield & Gorrie; 2006 – Memphis Airport TANG project shot for APAC; 2007 – Kentucky area WalMarts shot for DBS (we had about 10 on our flights!); 2008 – One North Shore in Chattanooga; 2009 – Maryville College shot for Messer; 2010 – Louisville’s Yum! Arena shot for Mortenson; 2011 – Dewitt Spain Airport after the flood waters had receded; 2012 – Music City Center shot for Bell/Clark; 2013 – ???