Hometown: St Thomas, Ontario Canada
School: Georgian College (Aviation Management 2019-2022
Camera: Canon 77D
Lenses: Sigma 150-500MM / Canon EF 18-55MM
Published: Skies Magazine, Airliner World, London International Airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport, Thunder over Michigan, Airshow London, Spotter E-Magazine, WestJet
Work: Airport Operations Student, Hamilton International Airport (Summer 2020)
Experience: Airshow London (Social Media Coordinator - 2017/18) | Jet Aircraft Museum (Public Affairs Officer - 2017-2019) | Thunder over Michigan (Show Photographer and Social Media Coordinator)
Nicholas is an 18-Year old aviation photographer currently living in Barrie, Ontario. Nicholas's passion for aviation started as a young kid, attending airshows as a young boy and being surrounded by aviation growing up. He started taking photos in 2016 and was one of the original founding members of Threshold Images in 2018. Nicholas currently attends Georgian College in the 3-Year Aviation Management program in hopes to share that lifelong passion in a future full of aviation. During his short few years in aviation photography, he has been published worldwide in photo and written form. Most notably, Nicholas has had two major written articles published in European magazine Airliner World. Nicholas has also been invited to events hosted by Air Canada and WestJet unveiling new aircraft in their fleet.
Nicholas's roots started in airshows and he still remains passionate about the industry. He is an active member of the North American Council of Airshows (NECAS) and attends on average nearly 10 shows a year. From Vancouver to New York he has travelled to both ends of the continent to cover airshows. Threshold Images is proud to work closely with various shows in Ontario and most notably, Thunder over Michigan in Ypsilanti, U.S.A. Nicholas joined Airshow London in 2017 as a social media coordinator, producing content prior to and during the airshow weekend. He developed posts, graphics, marketing tactics and provided video/photo during the airshow weekend. Nicholas was also the Public Affairs Officer of the Jet Aircraft Museum, handling internal/external communications, social media, airshow contracts/logistics and providing marketing material including photo/video.
Hometown: Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
School: Georgian College Aviation Management (Starting in Sept 2020)
Camera: Nikon D500 / Nikon D7100
Lenses: Nikon 200-500 F/5.6 / Nikon 70-200 F/2.8 / Sigma 24-70 F/4
Published: Skies Magazine, Airliner World, Toronto Pearson International Airport, Thunder over Michigan, Airshow London, Think Promote Calenders
Experience: Thunder over Michigan 2019 (Social Media Coordinator) | Airshow London (Media) | New York International Airshow (Media)
Dennis is a 17-year-old aviation photojournalist based in Toronto, Ontario. Dennis’s passion for aviation was sparked at a young age simply with the fascination of the mighty flying machines that grace our skies. As Dennis grew older, as did his exposure to the aviation industry, regularly visiting Toronto Pearson to “plane spot” the planes going in and out of Pearson. Today, Dennis is training to obtain his Privates Pilots License and will be attending Georgian College for a three-year Aviation Management program, with the goal of becoming a pilot by profession. Despite being relatively young, Dennis has been published in magazines around the world, working with several major airshows, and been invited to airline events.
With his unique style, Dennis has attracted airshows for media work. Dennis regularly refines his shooting and processing style by shooting the commercial aviation movements in and out of Toronto Pearson Airport year-round and travelling across North America for airshows during the summer months. During the 2018 Thunder over Michigan Airshow, Dennis was a dedicated show photographer. At the 2019 Thunder Over Michigan Airshow, Dennis was the dedicated airshow photographer and social media coordinator for the show weekend. His experience has given him the skills to have a positive impact on any airshow or event.