Throughout my career, I have undertaken a lot of work from the air- I’ve shot air to air and air to ground. From fast jet to microlights to raised static and remote platforms. A lot of my clients have asked if I can provide drone photography, so this was a natural progression for me. At the end of 2017 I completed my SUA training and I am now a CAA approved SUA/Drone operator, legally allowed to undertake commercial projects.

Drone: Also referred to as Unmanned Aerial Vehicle’ (UAV); ‘Small Unmanned Aircraft’ (SUA); ‘Remotely Piloted Aircraft System’ (RPAS); ‘Unmanned Aircraft System’ (UAS)

A lot of SUA operators come to this activity from flying model aircraft. If you are reading this page, you will realise I am flying drones with a photographer’s eye, therefore able to offer clients great composition and offering a variety of well composed video sequences.

Above is my extremely short showreel. This is currently work in progress as I gain more projects to add to this footage. Get in touch to discuss your aerial requirements.

Do be aware of SUA operators who are not CAA approved. You will only get full legal compliance from an operator with a CAA Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO) who will have been correctly trained and passed the relevant exams in this field. You can check any UK operator on the CAA’s register at this link.

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A commercial drone operator who has been granted CAA permission (PfCO) will have a comprehensive Operations Manual which will include his/her CAA PfCO, insurances and full details of how he/she operates.  You can ask the operator to show you his or her Ops Manual and permission document and discuss how your project can be achieved within the rules & regs as laid out by the CAA.

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