‘AS THE CROW FLIES’
Lands End to John O’Groats in a Straight Line
Kendal Mountain Festival 2014 Peoples Choice Winner
“Against unreasonable odds and all expert advice somebody filmed the whole bloody thing! No reshoots, no studio shots and then he went and made it into an award winning film!” – Dave Mycroft. Myoutdoors.co.uk
Read about Beeline Britain and As The Crow Flies in the new article in Sidetracked Magazine
Interview with the British Mountaineering Council. The BMC
As The Crow Flies is a new cinematic documentary following a team of 4 as they set a new record for a Lands End to John O’Groats expedition & smash 2 UK endurance kayak records in the process.
Upcoming & Recent Events
UPCOMING EVENT - Broadcast & Video Expo EXCEL. London. 24th February 2015 Extreme Locations Filming Panel
UPCOMING EVENT - Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 22nd March 2015 11:00h Industry Hangout
RECENT EVENT – As The Crow Flies & Talk @RGS_IBG in London. 28th November 2014
RECENT EVENT – As The Crow Flies Kendal Mountain Festival 20-23rd Nov. 2014
RECENT EVENT - As The Crow Flies. Buxton Adventure Festival. October 11th 2014
RECENT EVENT - Sony Presentation at Summer in the City Sat 9 & Sun 10 August 2014
RECENT TALK – Kendal Mountain ‘On The Edge’ Festival. Saturday 26th July 14.30
RECENT TALK - Kendal Mountain Festival. Saturday 16th Nov 2013 – 14.30
RECENT TALK – Isle of Islay High school – Charity Dinner Talk, 27th April 2013
“The panel was particularly engaging and highly insightful, and I know it was thoroughly enjoyed”. Naziath Mantoo Production & Post forum @BAFTA
“@ianburtoncamera‘s As The Crow Flies – One to watch at Kendal 2014″ - MyOutdoors.co.uk
“Inspiring talk by Ian Burton just now at Kendal Mountain Festival. Showing it’s not impossible after all!” - Eden Lighthouse
“A Great & inspiring talk” - Tim Haskel, Calumet
“AWESOME, Ian’s enthusiasm is infectious” - Robin Ashcroft, Kendal Mountain Festival
“Ian’s talk was exactly what the event needed” - Dale Lovell, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
“If any one can, Ian Burton can” – Ann-Marie Hiscox, Sony Pro Europe
I’m an experienced public speaker, talking everywhere from secondary schools to tv audiences at BAFTA. I have been part of panels on stage to my own speaking tour talking about my experiences as an adventure and wildlife cameraman.
‘How To Win A Losing Battle is packed with stories of filming a number of hit BBC series and feature documentaries including, ‘The Asgard Project’, Driven to Despair’, As The Crow Flies’, ‘Climbing Great Buildings’ & a host of other series and films Including C4 ‘Hidden Talent’ BBC Natural History Unit ‘Snowdonia, A Year in the Wild’
Now filming, producing and directing my own feature Documentaries including ‘As The Crow Flies’ & ‘Driven to Despair’, I have some amazing stories of hardship and triumph over tragedy to inspire all audiences.
I’ve been giving talks and Lectures throughout my career, passing on experiences as a remote locations cameraman with amazing stills, film clips and stories. I have guest lectured at Universities, collages, as well as film festivals and schools, I’m also a Sony ICE (Independant Certified Expert) and regularly gives seminars and workshops on film making and 3D craft and technique.
For a week in December 2013, I borrowed a Sony F5 and 4K recorder from Sony Pro Europe. In less than ideal conditions we went out and filmed 4 disciplines.
Kayaking – Daniel J. Fylan-Smith
Downhill Mountain biking – Kris Gilyeat (& Nick Wright)
Riding – Vicki Smith (& Chloe Oakland)
Paragliding. – Dean Crosby (activeedge.co.uk & Robin Lund)
I’m featured in this BBC working at heights film
FREELANCE CAMERAMAN & DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
I have been a freelancer in the TV and film industry for over 17 years mainly providing my skills in adventure sports, rope access and mountaineering, I’ve filmed programs such as BBC 2 ‘The Natural World’, BBC 1 ‘Mountain’ with ‘Grif Rhys Jones, BBC 2 ‘Climbing Great Buildings’ series (in which he was also a contributor), C4 ‘Hidden Talent’, ‘Wild Britannia’, BBC 4 ‘Nation on Film‘ (also a contributor), BBC 1 ‘Country File’, BBC 2 ‘Spring Watch’ & BBC 2 ‘The Eagle Odyssey’. In this time I’ve won several awards, including BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY at the BFI in Soho, 2007 & numerous BEST IN FESTIVALS for a whole range of independent adventure feature documentaries.
Contact Ian on – 07879442133 – email@example.com – CV