Author Archives: avpfilms

Michael Davis | Author

Michael Davis wrote the book, “Memoirs of One Lucky Kid’.  In that book was a chapter on his time as a kid spent at the Asbury Air Terminal.  That chapter was part of the inspiration to get Airpark TV show going.  He has been a terrific supporter and has been helping us with the legal work that we need to make the show a reality.  We are very grateful for his help!

Kevin Kennelly- Platte Valley Airpark

Kevin has stepped up the the plate more than once to help out our youth.  He went out of his way several times to help my film students as well as participate to help make Airpark a reality. We truly thank him!

John Dickens | Kid Craft RC Expert

John Dickens joined our effort as a “kid craft” consultant. We are extremely happy he agreed to get on board and help us develop the show! He along with another of our RC experts is helping our writers and directors develop fun crafts & experiments that work!

If you are interested in learning about flying RC airplanes at Cherry Creek State Park, you can get ahold of John via the club’s website at DenverRCEagles.Org.

Tony Pfau-Executive Producer/Director

Tony Pfau is the show creator and has been in the film business since 1981. Having shot hroughout the U.S. and Canada, he is an accomplished cinematographer, director and producer. Having been a in the film and video production world for over 3 decades,Tony Pfau has worked on features, independent features, and has well over 1000 commercials and hundreds of corporate presentations. He maintains the one philosophy as a rule; “There is absolutely nothing that can’t make it to the screen” Tony is no stranger to aviation either.
He brings with him the unique aerial production experience. Among other projects involving aircraft, while producing spots for RE/Max International, Tony produced all of the multi balloon filming operations working with the top pilots and cinematographer Stan McClain using the Wescam System. Amazing footage was also shot for Coors, flying from the mountains to the plant located in Golden as well as running shots with their trucks. Early in his career, and before non-linear, digital wonderland, he produced a film on hot air ballooning called “Challenge the Wind”  He also coordinated the aerial work for children’s feature film, Moosie.
Avpfilms, formerly AVP Productions was formed as a boutique production company and production services company in 1986 and is the hub for director / producer and chief creative, Tony Pfau. Prior to officially organizing as a business,