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Ice Road Truckers & Coors Light Ice Sculpting Commercial

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I was contacted by the History Channel in late March and was asked if I could make another trip to Alaska. I never say no to a free trip, so I found myself back in Fairbanks a week after I received the call.

It was a warm day and the crew from Ice Road Truckers picked a location inside Ice Alaska for me to make their sculpture. We used two blocks of ice that measured 6 feet long x 2 feet tall and 2 feet thick. We were shooting most of the day in the shade but the shoot ran long and we eventually ran into the sun. Even in Alaska the sun can kill an ice sculpture.

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I carved the ice truck in one day while the crew repeatedly would ask me to stop and wait for the camera. On more than one occasion I would actually have to put the ice I cut away back on the piece so I could push it off for the camera. It was a lot of waiting around for the best shot and holding out for the camera men to get me in the right place. The crew was great and we had a great time. They enjoyed the ice carving as much as I enjoyed watching them work.

In all, it was a great experience and something I will never forget. We worked a full 10 hour day to get this short clip you see here. Then the crew worked even harder putting it together! Thanks History Channel.

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Rock On Ice

Rock On Ice

4910 Carters Corner Rd.

Sunbury, OH 43074

614-449-8770

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