As an aerial photographer, TOM SANDERS (USA) is an icon in the sport of skydiving. His photography work in countless TV programs, commercials and movies has brought positive attention to the sport. In 2005 he received the Meritorious Achievement Award from USPA through his photography and cinematography seen worldwide. Some of the movies and TV clips he has been accredited with are several James Bond films, Point Break, Cheers, Terminal Velocity and Drop Zone, to name a few. In 2015, Tom was made an Honorary Golden Knight for his voluntary consultant work in helping the team’s aerial photographers perfect their skills. He has also worked with the Army’s Delta Force teaching free fall camera techniques. Tom was in charge of the live video transmission of the Skydiving exhibition at the Opening Ceremonies of the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, Korea. This was the first ever live free fall exhibition displayed on television worldwide. He also was in charge of free-fall photography/videography/cinematography of two of President George W. Bush’s parachute jumps.