Boyle on Thursday paid tribute to Sutton, saying he and fellow diver Gary Connery had "made the stadium gasp ... and left indelible memories for people from all walks of life all over the world."
"The show was built from so many contributions from so many people, none finer and braver than Mark Sutton," Boyle said. "On behalf of everyone in the show we were all honored to have worked with him and to have known him as a friend and a professional. "
London 2012 chief Sebastian Coe said Sutton was "a consummate professional and team player" who would be widely missed.
Online extreme sports broadcaster Epic TV said Sutton was killed Wednesday during a gathering it had organized involving 20 wingsuit pilots who were filmed as they jumped from helicopters. The firm said Sutton's death was "a tragic loss for the global wingsuit community."
Wingsuits aerodynamic jumpsuits that make wearers look like winged superheroes allow flyers to jump from planes or helicopters and soar long distances before opening parachutes to land.
Swiss police confirmed that Sutton died when he crashed into a rocky ridge near Trient in the southwestern Valais region. They gave his age as 42.
The former British Army officer with the Gurkha Rifles was an accomplished skydiver. He performed at the Olympics alongside his friend Gary Connery. Sutton was the tuxedo-clad Bond, while Connery wore a pink dress and wig to play the queen.
Connery told The Sun newspaper that he had lost a friend who was "smart, articulate and funny."
"In any sport where you share a common bond you can make friends in a heartbeat that last a lifetime," he was quoted as saying. "My relationship with Mark was like that."
Sutton was an experienced participant in the exhilarating but dangerous world of wingsuit jumping, and had worked with Connery on a bid to complete the first jump from an aircraft without a parachute. Sutton filmed Connery's successful attempt in May 2012.
Valais police, who are investigating Sutton's fatal accident, said crashed into a mountain ridge and fell to his death after jumping from a helicopter at 3,300 meters (10,800 feet)
Epic TV editor-in-chief Trey Cook said Sutton jumped with another diver who was wearing a camera, though the moment of impact had not been captured.
Sutton worked as a derivatives adviser to British bank RBS, which offered condolences to his family Thursday.