Sharp­shoot­ers in the snow

Get­ting the per­fect shot is the best trick of all

Go Travel New Zealand - - Queenstown -

Di­aries Dow­nun­der, now into its 10th sea­son, is the long­est run­ning snow web se­ries in the South­ern Hemi­sphere, show­cas­ing great sto­ries and con­tent from New Zealand's dra­matic alpine won­der­land.

Nick Hyne, who co- cre­ated and co- owns Di­aries Dow­nun­der with film­maker Ben Ryan, have trav­elled far and wide doc­u­ment­ing New Zealand's win­ter high­lights. Di­aries Dow­nun­der has now evolved into a full, year-round film pro­duc­tion com­pany, with a solid foun­da­tion in snow film­ing.

The web se­ries is largely tourism fo­cused but with a twist, for those look­ing for a more trick-fo­cussed con­tent.

For the team at Di­aries Dow­nun­der, it is all about about telling great sto­ries from the New Zealand moun­tains. Our pro­duc­tion crew is in the moun­tains all win­ter long to cap­ture the very best of the New Zealand win­ter.

Footage and im­age archive of qual­ity out­door con­tent is di­verse and show­cases the New Zealand win­ter in a cre­ative and epic way.

Moun­tains are chal­leng­ing en­vi­ron­ments to film in and our shoot­ers have more than 12 years ex­pe­ri­ence cre­at­ing snow based me­dia.

We know what it takes to get the best footage and know the best lo­ca­tions in NZ to get it. We know our au­di­ence be­cause we are the au­di­ence, and this en­sures our con­tent is al­ways en­gag­ing and well re­ceived.

We have an ex­ten­sive snow-based dis­tri­bu­tion net­work that spans over 150 web­sites and mul­ti­ple TV net­works and in-flight en­ter­tain­ment, spread­ing our con­tent world­wide.

We have an ever-ex­pand­ing loyal snow-based fol­low­ing, who spend an in­creas­ing amount of their time on­line, shar­ing and watch­ing con­tent.

We of­fer op­por­tu­ni­ties to align your brand with the youth ac­tion sports mar­ket across mul­ti­ple plat­forms; on­line, TV and so­cial me­dia.

Our fo­cus is al­ways on high qual­ity in­no­va­tive film-mak­ing.

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