PHENIX FILMS

A View From Above

Phenix films is exploring new vantage points on our  planet.  We are committed to bringing you valuable insight and images that will help you to a new perspective, vision with a journey that will last a life time.  

 

ERIK VISION

Contemporary artist and photographer

22 John ST #35 Seattle Wa. 98109

PH#: 206.588.5576

erikvision@yahoo.com

"The start of motion from a world of stills, is the next step, with a step off the cliff into the AIR I go."

 

 

 

 

STREET WALKING March 19 2016

Started our new series in Seattle (STREET WALKING) where myself and a crew of hosts. Pick a topic that is on the minds of those in Seattle and hit the streets giving a voice to the people. 

 

A place to talk to real people with real issues.

Join the conversation  on the streets of Seattle .

EVENING MAGAZINE

This former hunting lodge sports a helipad, waterfowl sanctuary, and a babbling brook

Michael King, KING 5 EVENING 12:17 a.m. PDT September 23, 2015

 

Normandy Park, WA---If you're after a place close to the water, a  is about as close as you'll ever get.

This four-bedroom tudor sits just steps from 100-feet of low bank waterfront.

It features a private helipad, a salmon-bearing stream and a waterfowl sanctuary.

Three Tree Point is just to the north as part of the unobstructed 180-degree views of Puget Sound.

The home used to be a lodge. (Photo: evening)

The house is a former lodge built in 1927. The massive beams in what used to be the lodge's main room could be exposed by the next owner.

 

EVENING MAGAZINE

The Madrona Castle being featured on EVENING MAGAZINE Along with clips of the Promotional Video I created for this truly unique peace of Seattle history and a one of a kind home.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=911145542248041&set=vb.143203689042234&type=2&theater

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(Non) Attack of the Drones yields unusual views

06/16/2014

By Matt Parker

With international debate about the uses of drones, you might be skeptical of local artists testing the limits of drone media. One artist, however is exploring the power of drone technology with local real estate brokers from Keller Williams offices in South King County.

Drones are widely described as unmanned aerial vehicles. They have been primarily used by the U.S. military for years for surveillance and now air strikes. They range in size from about one foot in diameter to a "small plane." The drone used by local artist Erik Vision, Phenix Films, is a 16" diameter helicopter with four rotors. It travels in any direction the operator wants and has a range of about 1,000 feet.

"Phenix Aerial takes seriously the responsibility of discovery with morals. We will not produce media for you if you do not have permission to capture that media. We will not explore air space near or in forbidden air space."

 

This from Erik Vision of what he calls Phenix Films; a Seattle-based drone imagery company. They will get you drone photography at a fraction the cost of helicopter acquired media while adhering to any/all governmental and social regulations.

Currently, there is one main regulation: a height limit of 400' for "hobby" drones. Vision, though, tells us he has no interest in breaking any "social regulations" either. For example, taking a video or image of anything private.

At this point, most of his work has been artistic, along with several real estate photo shoots for high end real estate. Real estate brokers are contacting him nearly daily, he tells us, for imagery that will set their listings and their businesses apart from the rest.

"Phenix is committed to exploring new vantage points on our planet, while... respecting our privacy. We are committed to bringing you valuable insight and images..." To contact Vision and Phenix Films, find them on Facebook where you can see, nearly daily, new video and imagery.

2014 Fremont Solstice Parade & Celebration!

2014 Fremont Solstice Parade & Celebration!

 June 21st, 2014

Downtown Fremont   3pm

 

Welcome to Fremont Arts Council’s most spectacular event!

We celebrate the longest day of the year through music, dance, art, and a kaleidoscope of individual human expression. First we have a parade! More than 60 community-based ensembles bring giant puppets, stilt walkers, floats, and more, to the streets of Fremont.
Then, we end the parade at Gas Works Park, where we collaborate with HONK! Fest West to celebrate with local and national street bands, food, beverage, and more art!

EVERYBODY is Welcome to Join the Parade!

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