Whether the job entails capturing stunning cityscapes or hovering a few feet above the ground in a hard-to-reach area, working with a drone adds a new dimension to traditional photography. 

A farm in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is partly obscured by a thick blanket of fog as sunrise warms the nearby valleys.
The  Weatherford Lake Boardwalk rests on dried up lilies and new grass as life returns to the drought stricken lake.
A 400’ view of the Weatherford Boardwalk cutting across green grass and dried liies.
An aerial view of the Weatherford Boardwalk disappearing into trees as the sun comes up.
A herd of whitetail deer grazes as the sun rises over Benbrook Lake.
Fresh grass springs to life after a much needed rain falls on a drought stricken lake.
A dried up lake bed sees life renewed as a small trickle of water allows a line of grass to flourish.
The waters of Weatherford Lake receded to reveal a colorful shoreline that bursts with color.
The warm glow of sunrise reflects across Weatherford Lake.
Boats at Benbrook Marina waste away as lake water levels receded further away.
A morning fog rest on a river in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
A storm moves over a group of small islands in Broken Bow Lake in Oklahoma.
Early morning in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
A solitary radio tower rises high above a farm in Parker County, Texas.
A small, white wedding chapel sits at the edge of a hay field in Weatherford, Texas.

When you take a camera airborne,

new perspectives are possible!

The roof struts of a steel frame building are welded in place by workers in scissor lifts.
The posts of a steel frame building stand ready for the roof.
Welders use scissor lifts to move steel roof supports into place for a steel frame building.
A 20’ aerial photo of steel roof supports being welded into place for a steel frame building.
Welders use scissor lifts to move steel roof supports into place for a steel frame building.
A birds eye view of a busy rail yard.
An aerial view of dozens of railroad lines stretching out to the Fort Worth skyline in the distance.
Radio towers stand proud next to a Texas road.
An aerial view of a new apartment community under construction near downtown Fort Worth, Texas.
A new apartment community under construction near downtown Fort Worth, Texas is seen from above.
A drone photographs the Omni Hotel in Fort Worth from inside the rim of the Fort Worth Water Gardens.
An early morning aerial photo of a new At Home store in Fort Worth, Texas.
An architectural drone photo of the Dallas Cowboys Headquarters in Frisco, Texas.
A massive pipeline storage yard in West Virginia is photographed by a drone.
A drone looks down on an SUV that is dwarfed by sections of pipe stored in a supply yard in West Virginia..


Are you a licensed drone pilot?

Yes, I hold a current FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Certification (#4431178).

Are you insured for drone operations?

Yes, I carry a $1M Aircraft and Commercial General Aviation Liability Insurance policy that is entirely separate from the policy I carry for my traditional photography operations.

What drones do you fly?

DJI Air 3 & DJI Air 2S
I have owned and enjoyed flying systems from Autel and Skydio.

Do you travel for photoshoots?

Absolutely! I've traveled extensively for my work and will be happy to pack my bags for your project.

Can you fly at night?


In December 2020, I was granted a 14 CFR § 107.29—Daylight operation waiver by the FAA.

Because each flight is unique and comes with its own set of safety challenges, not every nighttime flight will be possible, but I will work with you to create the content you need.

What information do you need to fly a drone for my project?

To get started, the specifics regarding the project will be needed - date, location, content, budget, etc.

As part of the initial conversation about your project, I'll ask questions that will allow me to determine if a drone would be suitable.

Please understand not every location can be flown with a drone. Proximity to airports, airspace classifications, temporary flight restrictions, and weather can all impact if and when a
drone flight can occur. Also, a planned flight may need to be rescheduled or canceled due to the types of issues described above.

I don't see prices on your website. Can I get a quote?

The majority of the work I do is based on specific client needs. I will be happy to prepare an estimate for you. I'll need some information to get started and may ask a few more questions in order to iron out specific details. Here's a list of some basic information to get us started:
• What is the date and location of your shoot?
• What type of aerial work do you need? Can you provide a brief description of the project?
• How will you be using the images? (Marketing, Communications, Advertisements, Social Media campaigns, etc.)

What options do I have if a drone can’t be flown at my location?

Sometimes a drone is the easiest way to create photos and videos, but when a drone isn't possible, there are other options. Let's discuss what your project and find the best way to create the content you need.