Jon Devore is part educator, part performer, and one-hundred percent visionary. He first found skydiving back in 1993 when he did his first tandem skydive in his hometown of Juneau, Alaska. He knew right then that he found his true passion and by 1994, he had moved to Skydive Arizona to pursue his dream of human flight. During the early days of his career, he spent his time flying with a small group of passionate skydivers helping develop and push forward what is now known as freeflying. Jon was one of the first full time freefly coaches and together with his team Alchemy, organized almost every freefly world record attempt. He has been a professional skydiver and cameraman for 30 years’ totaling more than 22,000 skydives and BASE/wingsuit jumps. Jon is a two-time World Champion, a three-time National Champion and he has been the Aerial Coordinator of the Red Bull Air Force Stunt Team for over 20 years. His passion is human flight, and he likes to teach the general public about the sport he loves. Because demonstrating his sport is the best way to advocate it, Jon has dedicated a large part of his career coordinating skydiving demos and live shows all over the world. Jon has also applied his expertise to a number of major Hollywood feature films, as a stunt coordinator, skydiving stunt performer and aerial cinematographer, including “Batman”, “Ad Astra,“ “Godzilla,” “Fast and Furious 7,” “Point Break, “The Hangover Part III,” “Iron Man” and “Iron Man 3,” “Transformers: Dark of the Moon”, “San Andreas” and most recently as aerial stunt coordinator and camera flyer for “Mission Impossible 7”. He has also overseen stunts for a range of television programs and commercials.