Being an airshow photographer in the beginning, Remco slightly has made the move to cover militairy exercises and more in the Netherlands and abroad. Although photography and delivering the best picture possible still is the main aim, he more and more aims to write a good story in support of the images shot. His contributions can be found in some of world's most known aviation magazines like AirForces Monthly, Combat Aircraft and Onze Luchtmacht magazine.
Most military aviation enthousiastics are making photos, but Jan films. First for private use and later for Aviationvideo. Since 2008 he joined Touchdown Aviation. Jan uses the summer to visit several airhows all over Europe and makes many hours of videoshots. During the winter he edits this material to make the DVD's.
Born on 10 July 1981, Vincent became interested in military aviation on a young age because of his father, who took him to his first airshow at Twenthe air base in 1991.
Born in 1966, Stuart became interested in aviation at a very early age through his father, who took him to his first airshow in 1971. In the eighties he had purchased his own camera equipment, the first purchase being a Praktica. With the dawn of the digital age, this has brought new horizons for the enthusiast and Stuart now uses exclusively Canon digital cameras and lenses.
Ashley was born in 1989 in cambridge UK. He became interested in aviation at a very early age through his parents who took him to his very first airshow which was at RAF Mildenhall in 1990. Ever since then it became an annual event and he became hooked on aviation.
Alex van der Goot
Alex was born in april '78 in the town of Ede but grew up in the small village of Barneveld in the centre of The Netherlands. His interest in military aviation was already triggered at primary school where 32nd Tactical Fighter Squadron F-15 Eagles out of Soesterberg AB roared the skies during the lunch and play breaks. In september 1989 at the age of 11, his dad took him to his first airshow at Volkel AFB, The Netherlands.
Born in 1943, this makes Mike the oldest member of the team. His passion for aviation photography started back in the 60s with a very cheap Ilford point and shoot camera which he would take with him to the Battle of Britain shows at RAF Gaydon and the Farnborough Airshows. Back then it was Black and White film with the occasional (very expensive) colour film.