Adventure Consultants' film experience is vast. Our Director Guy Cotter's experience goes from behind the camera capturing sought after footage in the Himalaya, Antarctica and New Zealand, through to the coordination of many specialist film projects. Guy's extensive alpine experience combined with his knowledge of film production, location scouting and safety is an asset to any film maker.
He has coordinated a team of specialist personnel for many alpine film shoots, including documentaries, commercials and a feature film - The Vertical Limit; a large scale Hollywood production recently filmed in the Southern Alps of New Zealand. Guy's role was advisor to the Director, First Unit Safety Coordinator and coordinator for a specialist film unit in Pakistan.
An exciting project was the making of a documentary entitled X-Force - The Science of Mountaineering with Natural History New Zealand. The film follows the progress of Guy Cotter, Takashi Ozaki and Bryan Moore on our successful expedition to Makalu in 2001 and has amazing graphics explaining the science behind high altitude mountaineering.
Our portfolio for leading and overseeing Safety, Locations and Talent includes Columbia Pictures with ‘The Vertical Limit’, Warren Miller, PBS with ‘Anyplace Wild’ and ‘Wild Productions’, Nova, BC Productions, ‘Road Rules’, BBC, Eco-Challenge, Paddy Pallin, Louis Vuitton - Incredible Journey and Gap - Athleta.
Adventure Consultants can provide the following services:
- Location Scouting
- Film permit coordination
- Helicopter support
- Weather forecasting
- Location Safety and Medical support
- Specialist talent
Upon receiving a locations brief we can provide a comprehensive report on location logistics, resource requirements and associated charges.
We have decades of experience in remote area development within the adventure industry. Our services include Project Management, Consultation and Co-ordination, Safety Auditing and Safety Plan construction.
Get in contact with us today to see how we can help you achieve an adventure project.