Bay Area TourWizards is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and has been serving real estate agents, interior designers and builders since 2012. We come from different backgrounds – graphic design, professional photography, videography and real estate – and between us we over 80 years of combined experience. Using our virtual tour platform, lightweight, strong and stable drones and aerial photography system, we produce striking real estate images proven to bring more showings and faster sales. Our work has been featured in many publications such as the San Jose Mercury News, Builder Online Magazine, Realty Today, The Chicago Tribune, and many other local newspapers. Above all our main goal is to provide our clients with a superior product which meets their specific needs the promotion of their brand.
Taking your ideas and evolving them into exciting graphics that come alive is my passion. I always like to do a storyboard in my mind before starting a photo shoot and visualize every angle or elevation of the property, taking in splashes of color and the effect lighting or water has on the whole picture. I’m passionate about videography and eager to discover all the new dimensions technology will carve in this field.408-627-5353
After 26 years as a real estate professional, I joined forces with Micheal McClellan and Curt Walton in this new business venture determined to bring a change to the overall quality of virtual tours and photographs realtors are paying for. We know we are doing this better, faster and provide a superior product for both commercial and residential properties together with 3D, Aerial and Lifestyle segments.650-274-2486
Gwen Gummow, MBA
Intero Real Estate Services
Alain Pinel Realtors
Alain Pinel Realtors
Owner / Broker
SARATOGA — Curt Walton’s DJI Phantom 2 zipped this way and that, up and down and around corners of the sleek hillside property that recently listed here for $4 million. Equipped with an HD video camera, the copter dipped and hovered like a hummingbird at the top of a row of silvery olive trees. Its whirling propellers emitted a steady buzz as it took off once again, swooping up to the heights where a pair of hawks circled behind it as the camera spun 180 degrees to capture the vistas clear across Silicon Valley.
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