Few places stop one in their tracks quite like Kent School. Arriving on location for an aerial videography shoot during an early fall morning, we couldn't help but pause for a second and soak in the tranquility of the moment--a light fog hanging over the recently harvested corn fields, the sky beginning to color with pinks and purples, promising yet another beautiful Eastern Shore sunrise, and the Chester River in the background calm and smooth as glass. The air was crisp and clean, the weather finally yielding to a fall climate that seemed to have been late in its arrival. Above all the sublime visuals, it was the quiet peacefulness that lingered over campus that truly stood out. Walking onto campus, all the senses are stimulated in a way that primes the brain for learning. Needless to say, we were anxious to get the drone in the air to try and capture the perspective we were witnessing. We could not have asked for better conditions than this to capture aerial content for an awesome highlight video we are excited to make for Kent School. Below is a glimpse of what we witnessed and captured on that beautiful fall morning.
by Sam Shoge
Sam Shoge founded Shore Studios in the spring of 2017 to capture photography and videography of the Eastern Shore and Chesapeake lifestyle from new, aerial perspectives. Using sophisticated drone technology, Shoge is passionate about bringing a new dimension to storytelling regarding what makes the Eastern Shore and Chesapeake Bay so special.
Back in February 2018, we covered the transformation the Chestertown waterfront was undergoing. Since then, several projects have been completed and others are underway. Click the story to see what’s new.
Sitting on two acres of land, just four miles from downtown Chestertown, this custom-built home was constructed in 2000 and has been exceptionally well maintained. Click the story to learn more about this listing and to see interior, exterior, and drone photos.
Shore Studios had the pleasure of capturing drone photos of Washington College’s River and Field Campus (RAFC), located on the Chester River in northern Queen Anne’s County, for the Office of Admissions. Click the story to learn more and see photos.
Shore Studios was honored to receive the ‘Best New Business of the Year’ award at the annual Excellence in Business Award Gala held by the Kent County Chamber of Commerce at the Garfield Center for the Arts in Chestertown. Click to read more.
Washington College Admissions, seeking an engaging, creative video to help recruit future students, reached out to Shore Studios to produce a video capturing their vibrant campus and student body. Watch the video and see how WC is leveraging our creative content by clicking the story.
NASA’s DEVELOP reached out to Shore Studios to use one of our drone videos of a local, Eastern Shore farm in a new video they developed. Click the story to watch their video and to learn how they discovered our company.
With Shipyard Creek to the East and prime farmland to the West, it’s easy to believe that this waterfront listing, nestled in dense woods, is truly away from it all. Click the post to see more of this wooded refuge.
I’m incredibly excited to announce that one of my drone photos of Downrigging Weekend 2017 was selected by Chesapeake Bay Magazine as a “2018 Best of the Bay” photo contest winner. Click the post to learn more and to see the award winning photo.
The Chestertown Marina is in the final stages of construction and, according to Chestertown Mayor Chris Cerino, is 90% complete. Click “Read More” to see engaging photos of the marina transformation, watch an interview with Mayor Chris Cerino, and learn more about this exciting project.
We teamed up with Justinian Dispenza from Andover Media to create a mini-documentary for Washington College Men’s Lacrosse. Shooting this documentary allowed Shore Studios and Andover Media to get access to not only coaches, but players, parents, and alumni. Click here to learn more and to watch the five episodes.