In just five minutes of pure, mesmerizing beauty, Matador Network’s new film, “Kenya From The Air” will make you want to apply for your pilot’s license and scrambling to find your passport. With a breathtaking bird’s-eye view of some of the country’s most magnificent sites, the film features herds of elephants, sand dunes, waterfalls, people and everything else this amazing country has to offer. The perspectives featured are unlike anything you’ve seen.
The Matador Network said it best when talking about this work of art:
Sometimes you stumble across a place that seems like it got far more than its fair share of natural beauty. Places with spectacular wildlife, gorgeous scenery, and an almost absurdly beautiful culture. Kenya is one of those places. “I haven’t scratched the surface yet,” says Jamie Gaymer, a game warden at the Ol Jogi Wildlife Conservancy, “and there is so much out there in these remote places that has not been explored. And I have the opportunity to spend the rest of my life doing that.”
You’ve undoubtedly seen Kenya on wildlife and nature programs on TV. But we decided to go to Kenya and shoot it in a different way. We took to the skies. From drones and from planes, we traveled to the remote and beautiful parts of one of the most stunning places in the world and captured its wildlife, its landscapes, and all of its natural beauty from above. The result is one of the most beautiful videos we’ve ever done.