Eric Sterman is a professional drone pilot in Hawaii who has been working in the film industry since 2012. He is accredited for his distinct and proficient work using Unmanned Aerial Systems to capture cinematic imagery in both the art of photography and videography. Using top industry equipment with a team of accomplished filmmakers has brought him to work with clients like Sony, WSL, GAP, Coca Cola, and RedBull to name a few. Eric has filmed for numerous documentaries, music videos, and commercials as a "camera movement specialist" which includes pro aerial cinematography, gimbal operating, car mounting and other movement techniques. 



Cinematographer and camera aficionado, Kevin, has worked in the camera department on features such as Marvel: Inhumans, Kong: Skull Island, and countless tv shows, commercials and documentaries including Apple, Nike, National Geographic, Hawaiian Airlines, Coca-Cola, Time Warner, and others. Kevin started his career building large RC helicopters and drones for cinema use throughout the Caribbean. Kevin has since made Hawaii his home. Extensive travel since early childhood has made him naturally inquisitive, finding inspiration throughout the unfamiliar and fueling his curiosity.

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Etienne Aurelius is a highly sought after Filmmaker based in Hawai'i. He is recognized internationally for his multi-talented and artistic abilities as a Producer, Director, Director of Photography, Writer, Cinematographer, Editor, and Colorist. Etienne has an extensive background filming Commercials, TV shows, Extreme Watersports, Music Videos, Short Films and Movies. He has a unique ability to capture the audience and tell award-winning stories through digital cinema and films. Winner of two awards at the 2016/2017 Pele Awards/American Advertising Awards for Best commercial and best commercial series for his commercials with Kualoa Ranch. He also won the prestigious 2017 WSL Ride Of The Year award for his cinematography of Billy Kemper's 60ft wave at the famous surf spot JAWS in Maui,Hawaii.