Alan Purwin's house (Deceased)

This house belonged to the late Alan Purwin, the owner of Helinet Aviation, which is a diversified helicopter-transportation provider. He founded West Coast Helicopters in 1987, which was subsequently merged with Helinet Corporation to form Helinet Aviation.

He also owns Shotover, developer of the world's first ultra HD aerial camera system for motion picture and television productions, which was used in films such as Transformers, Guardians of the Galaxy, and X-Men.

Alan Purwin, together with Steve Gatena, founded VideoFort, producer of HD and 4K royalty-free footage.

He died in a small plane crash on the set of a film (Mena) in Colombia on 11 Sep, 2015.
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@ 2015-09-12 01:42:17
Alan Purwin died on Friday 11 September 2015, when his plane crashed in the Colombian Andes. One other person died in the crash, and a third one was injured. Alan Purwin was involved in the production in Colombia of the Tom Cruise film Mena.