Pegasus DP-1 at EAA AirVenture 2017 in Booth 935

The development team talks about the Pegasus DP-1 aircraft engine kit and the “Cracker Jack” Ultra-light Sport airplane just before departing to EAA AirVenture 2017 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. This flight system will be on display in Booth 927 during the run of the air show.

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Photographer in Bakersfield, Ca. See also: http://www.facebook.com/ArtofEricJames Eric James Swearingen is a Freelance Commercial Photographer, Cinematographer and Visual Artist. Specializing in fashion/glamor, food, aviation, product illustration, travel, executive portraiture, fine art photography and high definition digital cinema video productions including commercial television for broadcast, corporate presentation videos & emergency first responders safety productions. 30+ years of experience, with a vast repertoire of creative techniques... Started photography at a very young age of 8 years old by developing film in a family friend's dark room. Studied Cinematography at Bakersfield College while taking the position of Assistant Professor of Photographer in the Art Department at Bakersfield College. Became Don Mason's first assistant in 1984, right after he graduated with honors from Brooks Institute of photography. Traveled the world as a lead Hughes/JVC video projectionist until 2000 working with industry giants like George Lucas (Lucas Films LTD.), Bill Gates (Microsoft), Andy S. Grove (Intel Corp.) and NASA plus many more. Became the Kern County Fire Dept. primary Video Production person in 2001. Now, owner of ArtofEricJames.com a fully independent studio exhibiting his vast degree of experiences for his current and future clients.
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One Response to Pegasus DP-1 at EAA AirVenture 2017 in Booth 935

  1. alchemy says:

    Excellent video Pete and Team! We appreciate your passion for keeping this engine made in the United States by some amazing craftsmen and are glad to have been part of the development thus far. We look forward to the rest of the journey.

    Cheers!

    Steve Metz
    Vice President of Sales
    Applied Process
    http://www.appliedprocess.com