IT'S EASY TO REPLICATE FLYING MOTION AND ANGLES
BUT IT TAKES TALENT AND
CREATIVITY TO ORIGINATE ONE
( so that others can conveniently copy ! )
WE SPEARHEAD TRENDS. WE DO NOT FOLLOW.
FOUNDER / CHIEF PILOT
Since the age of 5, Kenny was fascinated by anything that is "remotely controllable". At his young age, he was sponsored by many corporations for tournaments and endorsements. He made his mark in the RC scene – you name it... from buggies, cars, planes, trucks, helicopter, multi rotors, drones, etc. He now finally turned his passion into his dream occupation. Kenny is the culture of KKopter. Everyone at KKopter needs to work with passion; because Kenny has proven the formula:
PASSION + HARD WORK = EXCEPTIONAL RESULT
DOP / CHIEF EDITOR
Mike is everyone's favourite localized Burmese. He has been living on this island for the last decade. His entire life is nothing but music, filming, cameras, lens, photography, softwares, apps and tonnes of editing experience. This explain his title at KKopter.
Mike is the perfectionist that you can trust for all your projects. The level of meticulousness he possesses will put your mind at rest. Just sit back, relax and let Mike be your crackerjack.
DIRECTOR - BUSINESS & PROJECT
This is the woman of "everything" in KKopter. Not that she knows everything literally but she needs to be on top of the operation to make sure work is flowing well. If any Koptarian put something off, she's right on top of them. She crunches the numbers and helps to manage what job should be on the front or back of the burner, then she gets the ball rolling (FYI she tracks better than a DJI drone). She pulls off as the "thorn" among the "roses" at KKopter (Kelly can nag!) but everyone still loves her because she's after all a people person.
Darren has a special gift. Apparently his thumb and forefinger works magic in remote camera operation. It's tough to explain his talent... There must be this perfect biology configuration in him that makes it swift for him to get a perfect picture with the right flow, speed and movement. It's definitely not by chance or luck. You need to be quite a genius to operate a camera with a remote controller, while making sure everything is in frame. The editing team love this man for he makes their work life so much easier!