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Helvetic Tricking

After a successful 6-day no-budget project in 2012, we launched a second, more professional film project in 2014; Breathtaking landscapes and spectacular acrobatics in slow motion, showing Switzerland from a not everyday perspective. Mountains, valleys and lakes become our stage. Armed with photo and video equipment, we travel through our homeland and show its sweet “chocolate” side.

Originally, only holidays were planned to finally get to know our beautiful country. With the idea to capture our trip on photo and video, the idea to realize a short film project came up very quickly. Our passion for travel and movement should play an important role. After a thorough research, the top attractions were determined. Due to lack of time and budget, we had to choose a suitable route. Some of the most noteworthy places were Château Chillon, Creux du Van, Trift Bridge, Nufenen Pass, Jet d’eau in Geneva and the bridge Ponte dei salti in the Valle Verzasca.

Equipped with a slowmotion camera, we launched our first “Helvetic Tricking” adventure in the summer of 2012. On our way through Switzerland we kept moving, always warming up, tricking, filming and taking pictures. The biggest challenge was to find a safe place / underground for the tricks by having the beautiful landscape in the background.

While hiking and driving we always stumbled on beautiful and unknown places, which we wanted to put in focus. We slept in hotels, at friends places and sometimes even in our car 🙂
Two years later we organized our second “Helvetic Tricking” adventure which was shot in a week. This time we have been supported by Tourism Regions, mountain railways, hotels and media partners. Big thanks to all of you!! <3

In addition to all the beautiful impressions from our beautiful country, we had an unforgettable experience among friends, which we will definitely continue.
New route, new locations, new tricks, new shooting schedule, new adventure. Helvetic Tricking Project 3.

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