We are Finalcrux
Let us tell you all about us.
Euan Ryan is the Director of Finalcrux FFrom Glasgow, Scotland, Euan grew up being interested in all aspects of the outdoors. He's been climbing since the age of 8 and continues to do so for work and for pleasure. Euan has climbed in several different countries world-wide and has achieved an impressive tick-list.
Euan graduated with an HND in Film and Television production in 2013 and combining this with his passion for the outdoors, launched Finalcrux Films in October of that year.
Multi-award winning photography and films that reach a global audience, Finalcrux Films is dedicated to staying at the forefront of the industry.
Euan Ryan is one of the most exciting young adventure filmmakers in the Outdoor Industry today.”
Robbie Phillips – Professional Rock Climber
ere at Finalcrux Films, we work tirelessly day and night to make sure our work stands out from the crowd. Like any skilled craftsperson, we take great care and pride in the work we produce, and we hope you see that reflected in our media production.
Shooting on a Canon 5D MkIII, we capture the finest details of the most extreme moments in time. A snapshot of that crucial move, or a landscape preserved forever in time, we’re trigger happy and proud.
We shoot on a variety of 4K and full HD cameras. This allows us to select the right tool for the job, from harsh winds and rain, to bright alpine sunlight. We’re not afraid to get in to the nitty gritty, up close and personal. It’s how you tell a story, and how the audience emotionally engage with the subject. Whatever you see in front of the lens, we experience also from behind the viewfinder.
Take all the ingredients, and make a masterpiece. Editing is a labour of love, and it just so happens we’re smitten. Many hours of hard graft go in to our edits, many cups of strong, black coffee and many hard drives rammed to the gunwales. Editing on the full Adobe Creative Suite, we have honed our skills through countless projects, and work to a fast turnaround time because, hey, no one likes waiting on the goods.