Spydercam is all about controlled repeatable movement. Known for its suspended camera systems, Spydercam has been getting amazing shots for the last 20+ years.
Besides moving cameras, Spydercam is great for lending motion to props, lights, dollies, and people. Our general systems are single axis (Bullet), dual axes (Falcon), and multiple axes (Tallon). We don't have a prepackaged solution for your shot, because your shot is not prepackaged. Spydercam's hardware, software, and rigging is all modular. This allows us to design the best rig to realize your vision at a lower cost with a more user-friendly experience.
If you need something moved with precision, regardless of weight or speed, we can usually figure out a way to make that happen. Just give us a call or shoot us an email.
Todd "Hammer" Semmes has worked in safety and stunt rigging, production management, and assistant directing on countless productions for over 20 years. From his extensive background in the film industry, Hammer easily transitioned into his current career as co-owner and operator of Spydercam. He is a certified EMT and has worked as a mountain guide and professional sailor. His impeccable safety background and stunt rigging experience gives Spydercam the important safety knowledge and experience that allows the company to stay a step ahead of the competition. Hammer is a member of I.A.T.S.E Local 80, NY local 52, and S.A.G
Tim Drnec has been working in the motion picture industry for well over 20 years as a special effects supervisor, stunt coordinator, stunt man and specialty rigger. Tim brings this wealth of experience and expertise to Spydercam as one of the creators and co-owners. His knowledge and experience with rigging and motion control technology has helped the company to remain a pioneering leader in its field. Doc is a member of I.A.T.S.E Local 80, S.A.G, and Colorado local 7.
Some of the other staff
Rich Volp, Matt Davis, Larry Fagan, Walter Burkhardt, and Jared De Witt bring a wealth of knowledge to Spydercam. Representing skills that include: electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, animation, filmmaking, rigging, computer science, mountaineering and climbing. These folks are able to get your shot!
Their union affiliations include: local 80, local 600, S.A.G and NY local 52
With offices in Oregon and Colorado, and equipment in Los Angles and Alanta, Spydercam systems work across the USA and the world. We really do "GO ANYWHERE". Whether your location is domestic or international, inside or outside, in a jungle or a city... we'll go there! Give us a call or send us an email.