These are the projects that Steven Barker UAS Services have been involved in..

Steven actually approached NHS Grampian over ringing the Dr Grays bell for the 200 year celebrations of Dr Grays.  Steven was actually the first person in over 50 years to hand ring this beautiful Bell and did so while filming and documenting this piece of history.  This is one of the first of a few films made for ‘the Friends of Grays’ Committee.

Duff House Golf Course asked me to film all 18 golf holes.  Below is the link for the fly overs.

I approached Grampian Hospitals Art Trust with an ambitious project of filming various community hospitals of NHS Grampian as well as Dr Grays Hospital.  This project took a year to complete and is one of our favourite projects and close to Stevens heart, due to being a NHS Employee for over 20 years.

Deveronvale U16s had an important game so invited me to get some footage.

Wakeley Tree Surgeons LTD contacted us to make a recording of 7 trees being removed, unfortunately the weather took hold and did not get the full 7 trees removed but still managed to get some footage of this exceptional assignment.

The Knowes restaurant and hotel sits with beautiful views of the Moray firth and I was commissioned to make a promotional video for the owners.

Macduff lions asked Steven Barker UAS Services to get involved to promote the facilities that they run their football academy from.  This is something we threw together for them.

Steven Barker UAS Services is currently involved with a project with NHS Grampian and GHAT to film community hospitals.  Chalmers hospital asked me to make something for the NHS70 celebrations.  This is what we made.

We were also asked for some footage to be done for the Sail loft Bunkhouse in Portsoy, Aberdeenshire.

Some of my work for the Community hospitals project was shown at an arts exhibition featuring work from three art students, and also from artists that are working with Grampian Hospitals Trust.  This was a video document made from Steven Barker UAS Services.

We were asked by local band Edgar Road to help with a bit of aerial work for their single ‘Say it another way’.  This is the music video, its a catchy tune as well.