Aerial Innovations of TN had a great time celebrating our 10 year anniversary earlier this month at the Main Street Gallery in East Nashville! The night was full of food, drink, art, and great company – we’re so happy with how it turned out. We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone that came out to help us celebrate and thank all of you for YOUR business, we wouldn’t be here without you. Take a look at some of our favorite photos from the night and here’s to 10 more years!
Guests at our ten year anniversary gallery opening
Our Crew! (L-R) Wendy Whittemore, Pierre Vreyen, Kate Loehrer, Lindsay Scott, Marty Sellers, Will Sullivan, and Katie Rutsch.
Lindsay and Pierre hamming it up!
Our WINC Crew! (Women in Networking and Construction)
..in with the New Year! Wishing everyone a Happy New Year from the folks in Tennessee. We have been very blessed this year to continue photographing for loyal clients as well as some fantastic new ones. We anticipate feeling a bit of a slow down in 2009 but we are ready with new products and new creative work….all to keep us flying!
Our wish is that we all hang in there together and keep our mission of providing quality photography. (And our resolutions we are keeping to ourselves, just know that they are at 300 DPI!…hee hee). Peace, love and hope to all!!!
Wendy, Rachel, Coral, Deanna, Lindsay & Will – Aerial Innovations of Tennessee, Inc.
Fireworks over Nashville
It’s dark, we’re going fast, all landmarks are lost, neon signs from adult stores are the brightest thing on the ground, the gyro is spinning at 24,000 rpms, and the wind is blowing….night time aerial photography…what a rush!
Rachel and Wendy (with fiance Rodger) of Aerial Innovations of TN had the opportunity to shoot Choate Construction’s Rhythm Condominiums during their night time pour as they “topped out” or reached their final elevated pour (to laymen…they reached the roof!). The 14th floor of the 99 unit was poured on the evening of July 24th. Aerial Innovations is pleased to be working with Choate for the duration of the project which is expected to be completed in early 2009.
Below are a few of the photos from the evening. In preparation, we begin watching the skies early in the week for the exact time of that perfect color. Gear has to be very familiar as most of your equipment is in the dark (I knew those darkroom skills would come in handy!). The conflict has always been to get a low shutter speed to record the low light while still keeping your subject in focus since you are moving. Enter the handheld gyro, it takes a little practice and now with digital, you can check your results right away.
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Wendy, Rodger and Keith during pre flight
Topping out the Rhythm
Nashville Motor Speedway
Some fun motion stuff