Sea to Sky Cable Cam | About
Sea to Sky Cable Cam specializes in high end cable cam systems for live broadcast and cinema.
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ABOUT US

Since it’s inception, Sea to Sky Cable Cam has been committed to excellence. We take pride in developing powerful and reliable technologies to service live broadcast and cinema. Exceeding client expectations when working in challenging environments is our mission; ready to overcome any challenge, whether in rigging, operating, or engineering. Our goal is to take your production to new heights and deliver a stunning perspective that will captivate your audience.

 

Our crew members are available worldwide to operate our cable cam at your production.

MATT MADDALONI

CEO / Founder

mattmaddaloni@seatoskycam.com
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Matt is the founder and mechanical and electrical engineer behind Sea To Sky Cable Cam. His rigging and camera skills were developed from his time in Features and TV as a member of IATSE 669 where he was a cable cam and head operator and 891 where he worked as a rigging grip and SPFX technician. In his early career, Matt worked for Ziptrek Ecotours as their lead rigger and machine designer, establishing patents in high speed braking mechanisms. Matt’s passion for climbing first ascents of steep mountain faces once found him spending 25 nights on a portaledge while climbing a 3,000 foot granite wall in Baffin Island, 400 miles above the arctic circle. Many experiences like this have given him the ability to specialize in rigging and filming in extreme environments, a unique knowledge base that he now applies to his work at Sea to Sky Cable Cam.  Since founding Sea To Sky Cable Cam in 2009, Matt’s intense energy and optimism have led him to execute what others say is impossible, such as rigging and operating a 2,000 foot cable cam across the Grand Canyon or building a 2.5 foot wide platform that stuck straight out 40 feet from the sheer 6000 foot wall of Mt Bute for a BASE jump film.