aviation + aerials

Aircraft are kinetic sculptures — art objects in themselves. Airside, groundside, on board, and anywhere in between — we've got you covered.

Need awesome aerials of your project, whether it be a building, freeway, infrastructure, or landscape? How about air-to-air? We love to fly and have the knowledge and equipment to create the best possible photos — you'll find no drones with GoPros here; flying in a helicopter allows us to get precision angles and take several cameras along for maximum coverage with up to 50-megapixel Canon or Phase One cameras.

Give us a call!

Latest from the blog:

  • Legal night drone flying and group helicopter photography sessions now available!

    When your project needs photos with higher resolution than the drone can provide, and/or airspace rules or general safety considerations don’t allow drone flights, a helicopter is the solution. I work with a commercially-licensed owner/operator who’s helicopter is based at Seattle’s Boeing Field, and have negotiated fantastic hourly rates for photo flights.

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  • 2021 update - we're now FAA licensed to do commercial drone photos & video

    2021 has finally arrived (not a moment too soon), and with it comes some exciting new opportunities.

    In November, I earned my private pilot certificate, and, in December, I also earned my commercial drone pilot license. I’ve already ordered a high-end drone - it’s scheduled to be delivered to me this week. It’s compact enough to fit in a carryon for commercial airline travel, too.

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  • How to keep in touch with clients when in-person networking isn't an option

    With all this COVID-19 related economic turmoil and social distancing, there’s not a lot going on for many of us self-employed types. As an architectural, construction, and commercial/industrial photographer, my work is done on location, so there’s not an opportunity for me to work remotely. I mean, the distancing is definitely for the best, as it's apparently starting to slow the spread of the virus at least a bit, but the economic costs are very, very high.

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