Filming is not just work for us. It’s our passion. From flying drones over favelas in Rio de Janeiro to recording the microscopic detail of a dragonfly’s wings through a macro lens in the forest, we’re fascinated and curious about the world around us. When we’re doing what we love with cameras and drones, we temporarily forget where we are, cease to feel time pass and enter into a flow state, defined by psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi as:
“the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, complete absorption in the process of the activity”
During the creation of beauty we feel like we don’t exist…that we have nothing to do with what’s happening on the other side of the lens. We’re in the flow.
Our pursuit of this hyper-focus, where we start to feel like the images we create are existing through us rather than the other way round, is why we are called Flow. And why you’ll find us trudging through muddy fields before dawn chasing the magic light of sunrise.