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The Drone Dish: Grim Berge

The Drone Dish

In this segment of Drone Dish, Tyler catches up with Grim Berge, one of the top aerial videographers in Europe.  Hailing from Norway, he was nominated for the Drone Video Awards in each of its first two seasons, "Summer is Coming" for the first and "Discover Norway: A 100 Day Journey" for the second.  Having started flying back in 2012 with custom-made drones, Grim is a wealth of aerial filming knowledge, and his work has been featured in numerous TV shows, movies, and commercials.  

 
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The Drone Dish: DanielKordan

The Drone Dish

On this episode of the Drone Dish, Tyler talks to Daniel Kordan, a world-renowned nature photographer who has built on his success by incorporating drone footage into his work.  He has nearly a million followers on Instagram as of early 2019, amongst the highest of any drone-focused account on the platform.  One of his AirVuz videos, "Pristine Mongolia", was chosen as a finalist in the Countries and Regions category for the second annual Drone Video Awards in early 2019.  

 
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The Drone Dish: Sandrine Hecq

The Drone Dish

Born in South Africa and now living in Australia, top content creator Sandrine Hecq is a world-traveling, drone-flying adventurer.  She has become a juggernaut on Instagram, with over 50k followers as of the beginning of 2019, and her video "My Drone Story" was picked as a finalist for the second annual DVA's.  On this episode of The Drone Dish, Sandrine talks about how she got into travel vlogging, what it's like to fly in Zimbabwe, the Maldives, her adopted new home in Western Australia, and what's next.

 
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The Drone Dish: Robin Maeter

The Drone Dish

Top contributor Robin Maerter knows that flying drones in his home country Germany can be challenging, especially for the types of videos he makes which often involve cars and people.  As he relates in this episode of Drone Dish, that's why most of his best content (including his DVA nominated "Lion's Run - Summer South 2018") were shot outside of Germany, in places like France, Indonesia, and Thailand.  His favorite shoot he's ever done? Watch this episode of The Drone Dish to find out. 

 
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The Drone Dish: Postandfly

The Drone Dish

Tarsicio Sañudo, aka Postandfly, has created more than 90 drone videos of his native Mexico, which have garnered numerous awards and honors.  His epic videos of top sights like Mexico City, Acapulco, and Oaxaca can be found throughout the Mexico collections on AirVuz.  In this episode of the Drone Dish, host Tyler Mason speaks with him about his passion for drones and his epic aerial videos of Mexico, one of which was one of the first winners of the AirVuz Drone Video of the Week contest. 

 
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The Drone Dish: zimydakid

The Drone Dish

Nico Zimm, aka Zimydakid, travels around the world creating epic drone videos and photos.  His photo "Living on the Edge" won the Aerial Photo of the Year category at the first annual Drone Video Awards, and his video "Japan: Land of the Rising Sun" was nominated as a Finalist in the second awards cycle in the Countries and Regions category.  In this episode of Drone Dish, he talks with host Tyler Mason about what it's like circling the globe with a drone.  

 
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The Drone Dish: Jay Worsley

The Drone Dish

In this episode of Drone Dish, host Tyler Mason caught up with the award-winning drone pilot Jay Worsley, who traveled from his home in Phoenix to the New York City Drone Film Festival, where one of his entries was a finalist.  Jay's videos of the Southwestern USA's spectacular landscapes are some of the most popular videos on AirVuz; his classic "Perspective" won the "Landscapes" category in the first annual Drone Video Awards, and "Ethos" was selected as a Finalist for the second.  

 
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The Drone Dish: mikebishop.tv

The Drone Dish

This episode of Drone Dish profiles Mike Bishop, one of the world's top professional aerial videographers.  His videos have garnered numerous awards at various drone film festivals, and his video "Awaken Iceland" was chosen as the winner in the Countries category at the first annual Drone Video Awards.  In addition, his 2018 video "Kingdom Of The Wild - Wildlife in Namibia Africa", a collaboration with DJI, was nominated as a Finalist in the Drones for Good category for the second annual awards.  

 
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The Drone Dish: TimeLab.Pro

The Drone Dish

Fresh from winning Drone Video of the Year in the first AirVuz Drone Video Awards for his epic video of his hometown Moscow, top contributor and drone pilot TimeLab.Pro chats with Tyler in this edition of the Drone Dish. With its vivid visuals, cinematic music arrangement, and breathtaking landmarks, it’s easy to see how “Moscow Aerial 5K” became an award-winner.  His video of St. Petersburg, "City of White Nights", since garnered a nomination in the Cities category for the second annual DVA Awards.

 
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The Drone Dish: florian ledoux

The Drone Dish

Known for his nature and wildlife photography, Florian Ledoux chats with Tyler in this episode of The Drone Dish. Most of his work takes him to Arctic locations like Greenland and Canada's Federal Territories where he has captured epic aerials of polar bears, narwhals, and gigantic icebergs.  One of his aerial photos from the Arctic was featured in the seminal Time magazine special report entitled "The Drone Age", and his video "I am Fragile" was selected as a finalist in the second Drone Video Awards. 

 
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The Drone Dish: haussmannvisuals

The Drone Dish

In this segment of the Drone Dish, host Tyler Mason chats with top drone pilot Daniel Haussmann, aka Haussmannvisuals.  Hailing from Germany, Daniel has traveled the world, from the Faroe Islands to Italy to southern China, to make amazing cinematic drone videos from some of the most fascinating places on earth.  His video "Hong Kong- Reach the Sky" has been nominated as a Finalist for the Second Annual Drone Video Awards in the Cities category.  Watch the segment find out what it's like to fly over the volcanoes of Sicily!  

 
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The Drone Dish: Oliver Astrologo

The Drone Dish

Filmmaker  Oliver Astrologo has been been flying drones since 2014 but creating films for much longer. In his films of places like Malta, Myanmar, and Catalonia, he focuses on combining epic aerials with ground footage of both people and places. On this episode of Drone Dish, you'll hear more tricks of the trade from the impressive cinematographer, whose video "Venezia" has been chosen as a Finalist in the Cities category for the second annual Drone Video Awards.  

 
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The Drone Dish: thisistilt

The Drone Dish

In this episode of Drone Dish, Tyler meets up with the three principals of This is Tilt, a Norwegian drone piloting company that does some of the highest profile work in Europe.  Their video "Drones Are Awesome" shows the impressive extent of their professional work, and was chosen as the winner in the "Reel" category for the 2017 AirVuz Drone Video Awards.  Join them from New York, where they had traveled as finalists for the New York City Drone Film Festival.

 
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The Drone Dish: LA_Drones

The Drone Dish

In this segment of Drone Dish, Tyler talks to Blake Asbury and Austin Smith from LA Drones, one of the top professional drone piloting companies in California.  Their clients are top tier entertainment industry names such as NBC Universal, MGM, ESPN, and the NFL. Memorably, at the 2017 NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Challenge, they assisted the Orlando Magic's Aaron Gordon with a drone slam live in front of millions of viewers. Hear how they got started and more on this week's episode! 

 
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The Drone Dish: Jaxon_roberts

The Drone Dish

In this episode of the Drone Dish, host Tyler Mason talks with drone pilot and aerial videographer Jaxon Roberts.  Hailing from Western Australia, his top video on AirVuz was actually shot on the other side of the country, in New South Wales.  "Byron Bay", which he filmed with Instagram star and yogi Sally Mustang, has garnered well over a million views on AirVuz and was nominated as a Finalist in the first annual Drone Video Awards.   Tune in as he shares some of the tricks of the trade with Tyler.  

 
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The Drone Dish: chrisxgxc

The Drone Dish

On this episode of The Drone Dish, host Tyler talks with Chris Castor (AirVūz Profile: chrisxgxc), a visual artist turned filmmaker from whose breakthrough video "Cardboard Cadet" won the 2017 Drone Video of the Year in the "Originality" category.  Chris's videos (including his more recent video "The Last Dronie", which was nominated as a Finalist in the Dronie category for the second annual DVA's) are all shot against the backdrop of the Great Plains in his native Oklahoma.

 
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The Drone Dish: wrenee

The Drone Dish

Renee Lusano goes by the profile name Wrenees, but her nickname is "Queen of the Dronie".  With over 100,000 followers on Instagram as of early 2019, she has developed a trademark pull-out dronie selfie shot which she's honed from locations around the world.  Her dronie from the jungles of Central America, "Rio Celeste, Costa Rica" was chosen as a finalist in the Dronie category for the second annual Drone Video Awards.   Tyler Mason catches up with the Queen in this episode of the Drone Dish.  

 
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The Drone Dish: iDrone Aerials

The Drone Dish

iDrone Aerials - aka Wes Anderson - has been flying as long as he's been traveling. In fact, he bought his DJI Mavic in Florence while exploring the city. He's been hooked ever since, traveling from Cinque Terre, to Prague, Switzerland, Dubrovnik, Portugal, and beyond. His video "King's Landing" was selected as a Finalist for the 2nd Annual DVA's in the Game of Thrones category.  Hear why his favorite location has been Mont Saint-Michel, France in this episode of The Drone Dish. 

 
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The Drone Dish: dirka

The Drone Dish

In this episode of Drone Dish, Tyler interviews the legendary Dirk Dallas, who was amongst the first of the early Instagram creators to start heavily incorporating drone media content.  Literally one of the first Instagram users, his Dirka and From Where I Drone accounts have over 500,000 followers between them.  Watch him chat with Tyler about how he came to see the drone opportunity in the Instagram community, and see some of his best work from all over the world.  

 
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The Drone Dish: Fabio Knoll

The Drone Dish

Like many great aerial cinematographers Fabio Knoll first started flying drones when he was hired to work on a popular TV show in his home country, Brazil. He says he likes using drone shots as establishing shots and that he loves using his UAV to capture the experience of a location. With videos from Singapore, Turkey, Brazil, Jordan, his "Singapore" video was chosen as a Finalist for the first Drone Video Awards.  Check out this episode of The Drone Dish to hear more about Fabio's aerial passion.

 
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The Drone Dish: freeway prod

The Drone Dish

On this episode of The Drone Dish, host Tyler Mason chats with Mike Gisselere (AirVūz Profile: freeway prod), a top French aerial videographer who currently lives in Canada. He and his team at Freeway Productions have done some of the most technically demanding aerial filming work ever done in France, including coverage of the Tour de France.  Their videos of the epic Tour, Mont St. Michel, the Gardens of Villandry, are well represented in the AirVuz France collection.

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