Ironbark Environmental Arboriculture has extensive experience in providing safety at height services to film makers.
Our services include:
Qualified and experienced arborists who will raise your cameraman and presenter into the forest canopy.
Provision of tree access and personal safety equipment.
Installation of filming platforms, camera mounts and hides.
Rigging of horizontal and vertical cable dollies,
Multiple Go-Pro mounting configurations for climbers and static shots.
Provision of work method statements and risk assessments.
We hold Public Liability Insurance $20 million and Professional Indemnity $10 million.
Magnetizer TV, Advertisement, Installation of rope swing for use by actors.
ABC, 7:30 Report, Facilitation of tree access for a cameramen and presenter, Natalie Whiting, Burney Island, Tasmania
ZED Films, The Secret Life of Forests, Facilitation of tree access for cameramen to film from the top of an 87 m tall Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans), Styx Valley, Tasmania
France 3, Le Monde de Jamy, Australie: Des arbres qui survivent au feu, Training of television presenter, Jamy Gourmaud and cameramen to climb an 86 m tall Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans), Baw Baw National Park, Victoria
BBC 2, The Wonders of Life Size Matters, Climbing of a giant Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans) to provide a sense of scale and filming context shots, Toolangi State Forest, Victoria
ABC Great Southern Land, Tug of War, Training of television presenter, Professor Steve Simpson and cameramen to climb a giant Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans), Arve Valley, Tasmania