Aerial Promotions is nestled on the Niagara Escarpment in beautiful Greensville - Dundas (Hamilton) Ontario, Canada. Our prime location is located just 45 minutes from Niagara Falls and 45 minutes from downtown Toronto. Consultation & Photography is by Appointment Only.
See...at Aerial Promotions (AP) we really enjoy what we do. We pride ourselves on inspiring work, exceptional quality and unique work ethic.
Over the years AP has dealt with celebrities, fortune 500 companies, teams of peers, non-profit organizations and the individual who wants a professional and personal touch for that special gift.
Our clients are long term because of the personal attention they get from Aerial Promotions. We build trust and confidence because we care. In a digitized world, we do not lose focus on the face to face approach to business.
As a parent of two children who play sports, I am always photographing. This time is invaluable, quick to pass and these efforts of our young athletes should not go unnoticed.
My background is multifaceted in sport as a player, referee, coach, sponsor, mentor & organizer of competitive sport at the most elite level. This has assisted me to understand the game, be ahead of the play and maneuver to get the angle.
I am an independent contractor who likes to work for individuals, sport teams, sponsors & corporate organizations. I have the tools and passion to professionally enhance positive experience in sport and give back to our athletes or community through my lens.
What makes Aerial Promotions different from other photography professionals is our creative process. It is important for us to capture the expression and dynamic movement in our images. The momentum continues in our multimedia output to evoke an emotional response. Our creative ability allows us to conceptualize and implement a thought process through design to deliver unique images.
In honor of March Madness NCAA Basketball Championship Game Day (Men’s and Women\'s) is a grade eight short speech written about the pressure of an athlete from a 13 yr. old girls perspective. As a parent of a child who has encountered obstacles and social interference about her basketball dreams and
Congratulations Dundas Real McCoy\'s on your 2014 Allan Cup Victory! The entire week was full of energy from the volunteers, organizers and teams. I had a great time shooting for Hamilton Scores \"The voice of the #HamOnt amateur sport community\". All my photographs from the event can be viewed at www.Presentitphoto.com (Direct Link-2014 Allan Cup)
Source: Larry Robertson (Hamilton Scores) DUNDAS—Ryan Christie was everywhere – even trapped on his back in the Bentley Generals net – as the Dundas Real McCoys skated to a 6-2 victory in the second day of preliminary round play in the 2014 Allan Cup Hockey Tournament Tuesday night (April 15)
Source: Larry Robertson (Hamilton Scores) DUNDAS—Cam Watson’s unassisted goal from a goalmouth scramble in the third period gave the host Dundas Real McCoys a 4-3 opening round 2014 Allan Cup Hockey Tournament win over the South East Prairie Thunder Monday night in the JL Grightmire Arena. Dundas’ Cam Watson celebrates
It is really special when a coach wants to do something extraordinary for his athlete. Tyler Crapigna (#4) is a third year kicker for the McMaster Marauders Football Team. Crapigna has a long list of football accomplishments and currently completed the CFL Combine in Toronto (#CFLCombine). Wishing Tyler all the
My Klout is admirable. I\'m not famous and I know I don\'t have a lot of followers, likes, pins, favourites or retweets. I appreciate the time and effort it takes to communicate on social media (SM) and more grateful for the opportunities it creates. Please join me on my journey to
February 27th, 2014 | Notre Dame (100) vs North Carolina (75) | Joyce Center-Purcell Pavilion | South Bend, IN Uh-CHAWN-what? Will not be a question of who in the basketball world, but a fascinating everyday name we Canadians are proud to follow. Natalie Achonwa is a senior basketball player at
The 89th Hamilton Indoor Games were held last week on Feb.21st, 2014 at First Ontario Centre (Copps Coliseum). I really enjoyed meeting Track Star, Meaghan Rice from St. Marys. I used to love Track and Field and found Meaghan to be a multi talented athlete. When I met Meaghan, she
The wonderful arenas we get to visit throughout the season inspired the font cover. Symbolic of \"Beaming Character\", that still is and once was. I felt a sense of belonging and history when I walked into the Orillia Community Centre Area in Coldwater, Orillia. The staff was exceptional to allow