Sheffield start-up, Airstoc, an online marketplace for the professional drone industry, has been selected by the BBC to supply several of their unique drone shots for the upcoming Comic Relief Film, to be shown on Friday 13th March, as part of the Red Nose Day footage.
Aerial clips of several key cities around the UK, including London, Sheffield, Bristol and Edinburgh were selected from the Airstoc library by the BBC to be featured as part of the Comic Relief Masterpiece , an initiative raising money to tackle the causes of poverty and social injustice in the UK and across the world.
To show their support for BBC’s Comic Relief, Airstoc have agreed to donate 20 per cent of every clip sold between now and March 31st to the charity, regardless of the length of the clip or the destination.
Giles Moore, one of the founders said: “This is very exciting for Airstoc, we have spent months building up our network of operators and library of footage, so to have an organisation like the BBC select us as a supplier is a major achievement.
“We are all really excited to see the finished production on Friday and we’re pleased to be able to do our part to show our support of such a worthwhile cause.”
To show your support for Comic Relief, simply use the code: COMICRELIEFMONTH at the checkout when purchasing your clip on www.airstoc.com