Brian has been skydiving since 1994. Getting into freeflying in the mid to late 90's he was one of the early adopters that found himself chasing the 'big ways' at the time. Heading to lots of the freefly events and being part of one of the first 18 ways in Florida got him interested in flying a camera. After being a member of the 53-Way Official World Record set back in 2005, he shifted his focus full time to being a skydiving photographer. From 2005 - 2008 he was the only cameraman for Team Mandrin becoming not only National Champions in VFS but also setting a World Record for the most points scored in one round (40 points in 35 seconds).
Having filmed the Australia National Vertical / Headdown Record he has also filmed the Canadian Record multiple times as well as the past 3 Vertical World Records including the 138-Way. Being fully sponsored by the major manufacturers in the industry and having been published well over 100 times in trade and consumer magazines (Outside Mag, Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, NY Daily News, etc) around the world, he is also a sought after & respected aerial photographer with work seen on NBC, ESPN, CBS, ABC, BBC, etc.
Brian is currently covering events around the world with his unique angle and helping promote the sport via several media outlets. He is currently available for hire to cover your event, commercial / production work or special project. Please feel free to review his work or contact him via his website: http://www.brianbuckland.com