Please don’t look up! Hexacopter to record aerial video footage, Oct. 6 from 9 a.m. - noon
October 01, 2014
Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/lewisandclark) with the #LChexacopter hashtag to find out our location throughout Monday morning.
Hello faculty, staff, and students,
I’m producing a video for our admissions office called, “It’s Time to Explore Lewis & Clark,” and will be filming aerial footage of campus—weather permitting—on Monday, October 6, between 9 a.m. and noon.
It is critical that we don’t look and/or point in the direction of the video camera in the sky—any gawking onlookers may render this footage unusable.
Our list of potential campus shots includes (time of day is TBA so check back here later for updates):
- Manor house gardens
- Athletic fields
- Down the ravine (from the bridge near Templeton down to the other bridge)
- Residence halls (perhaps up and over Holmes to reveal Mt. Hood behind)
- The plaza by Maggie’s leading into the residence halls
- Up main academic path from Olin to Pamplin and lawn
If you are so inclined, please take a walk through the above areas at the designated times (TBA) to ensure that campus looks alive with people that day.
Thanks all around
Thank you for your cooperation. As many of you know, Lewis & Clark ranks nationally for our most beautiful campus and I look forward to sharing the finished video with you via our YouTube channel.
Feel free to contact me with any questions.
Vanessa Holmgren, director of multimedia and internal communications
Public Affairs and Communications