Showcasing What Lies Beyond the Gates of Taylor Estate

Wonder no more!  Through video production services, AIP is able to take viewers behind the white fence and gate of this 122 acre legacy property near Denver, CO – Taylor Estate.  This spectacularly beautiful and storied home was built in 1932 by the famous Denver architect, Burnham Hoyt, who has a number of his works listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Through detailed storytelling and script writing, AIP paints a picture of the enchanting history of this property.  In 1951, the property was purchased by Vernon Moose Taylor Junior and his extraordinary wife Ann Bonfoey Taylor.  Vernon was a handsome college football star, WWII aviator, served on many corporate boards, and was one of the original investors in Vail.  Ann was an acclaimed equestrian, qualified for the Olympic Ski Team in 1940, flew planes, and trained pilots in WWII.  Possibly best known as a designer and fashion icon, her face graced the cover of hundreds of magazines.

On the grounds of this estate, Vernon and Ann Taylor hosted lavish parties for Royalty and dignitaries such as Prince Phillip, Princess Ann and Henry Kissinger.  The 26 room manor home features 14,000 square feet of luxury at its finest! Imported from an English home, the antique wood paneling in the library is waxed each year from floor to ceiling.  The home has 11 working fireplaces that were lit everyday from September to April when the Taylors were home.  The names of English Kings and US Presidents are painted on the walls of the intimate family dining room where the Taylor boys memorized them while they ate.  Other one-of-a-kind features exists throughout the property, such as a rare German silver sink in the kitchen, and much, much more.  The pinnacle of luxury living, its 122 acres include breathtaking mountain views, century old trees, lake with beach and boating privileges, oval pool, tennis court, 3 staff cottages, stable, water rights, and agricultural status.

A true legacy property…don’t miss the opportunity to view aerial footage of this once in a lifetime property!

AIP Yields Proof That The Great Western Industrial Park Has It All!

The Great Western Industrial Park in Windsor, Colorado is a 3,000 acre master-planned development located at the center of one of the fastest growing and most prosperous regions in America. AIP was chosen to create the informational video for this development which gave us the opportunity to show-off our aerial video services! Using 3D Integration and skillful editing, we incorporated architectural renderings into live aerial shots to allow prospective clients to see what buildings will look like on the site. We also created compelling geospatial video tours to illustrate the geography, topography, location and scope of the property. Using graphic overlays, we drew boundaries and positioned the development in relation to cities, airports, geographic features, highways, and the very important Great Western Railway system. See for yourself why the Great Western Industrial Park has it all!

For Aerial Video Services, contact AIP today!

Willow Creek Ranch Marketing Video – The Finished Product!

The ranch marketing video for Willow Creek Ranch is now complete and it is loaded with features that AIP has to offer- aerial video, terrestrial video, Google Earth, professional script writing, detailed storytelling, and unique voiceovers (in this case a voice rich in cowboy tradition!). It remains our mission to truly showcase each property in a compelling, engaging and professional way.  Take time to view the video and discover why this rare property in Montana was such a pleasure to film. Continue helping us with our social media efforts by liking us on Facebook, LinkedIN, Google+, Twitter and sharing your feedback about our work.  Thank you to Hall and Hall for another opportunity to serve you. Enjoy!

Video Transcript:

All around are snowcapped peaks, and to the east, the crazy mountains, Willow Creek twists and turns through the green valley. The sandstone cliffs above Fairy Creek shine white in the sun. You will find Willow Creek a place of extraordinary beauty. More than 19,000 acres of pasture, forest, and hills. Seven miles wide and nine miles long.  Willow Creek Ranch is large, even by Montana standards, it’s also only five minutes away from Livingston, a favorite for artists and anglers. In a state where large ranches are notoriously remote, Willow Creek Ranch is one of the rare properties that is both large and well located.

North of interstate 90, Willow Creek Ranch encompasses 19,419 total acres. Willow Creek, in it’s three forks, travel through the ranch for a total of 14.7 miles, Fairy Creek runs through the ranch for 9.3 miles before it empties into the Yellowstone River. Livingston is just two miles from the ranch. Mission Field airport 5 miles east of Livingston has two jet capable runways. Bozeman and the entrance to Yellowstone are only an hour’s drive from the ranch.

Livingston is home to the International Federation of Fly-fishers museum and no wonder, South Western Montana is quite possibly the Valhalla of fly fishing. The legendary Yellowstone River is one of the greatest fly-fishing rivers in the lower 48 states flows through Livingston. World class spring creek fishers, also are just minutes from Willow Creek Ranch. The north fork, south fork, and middle fork, converge below the ridge to form the main strand of the creek. Good sized trout are common here.

The elevation on the ranch rises from 4500 feet to 6900 feet above sea level on the slopes of the ridge. Most of the ranch is just native range land. The ranch currently supports 600 animals, with 260 acres of irrigated meadow, and 900 dry land acres planted in wheat. More than 10 miles of irrigations ditches feed the meadows.

Willow Creek Ranch, which lies at the southern reach of the Yellowstone-Yukon migratory route is easily one of the better Elk Hunting ranches in Montana. Elk also spend fall and winter on the ranch. The current owner uses limited grazing practices which support the native grasses. The game has been managed to create a high quality hunting experiences.

The ranch headquarters at the southeastern quarter of the property includes corrals, sheds, grain bins, and a scale house. Houses for the manager and staff are near the headquarters. The main house, with a large horse barn, sits in the middle of a valley with stunning views of the ridge and the Crazy Mountains. Built in the early 1900s, the house was meticulously renovated under the guise of a local architect.

The Crow Indians knew this place, William Clark explored it, hunters, trappers, and ranchers came here. The railroad arrived and Livingston grew up, but, over the ridge and out of sight, the land remains as it has always been, a land of extraordinary beauty and promise, the Willow Creek Ranch.