I go the extra mile for my client's. I just do not show up and run the programs in the DroneDeploy programs - if the lighting or clouds look perfect - I will reshoot the entire mission to get those great quality shots and if too sunny - I will land drone and use a ND filter to fly the missions again. I am hard working - I have had my pilots licenses close to 2 years now and I have flown dozens of missions for DroneUp, and DroneBase. I believe my Instagram site speaks for its self https://www.instagram.com/skydoctorz/. I got into droning with my son. I always bought the cheap drones - fly it up 40 feet take 1 pic and it got stuck in a tree. I never gave up - over the years I started seeing more n more expensive looking drones so I took a stab at a Dji Mavic Pro 1. LOL yes I crashed it (many times - but this was before I learned I needed professional training and a license) - In fact, I name all my drones with my favorite comic book heroes - my Mavic pro 1 was named "Lucky" before we went out for our first flight (go figure). But, after retrieving him in 6 inches of water, I learned real quick how to repair drones - I fixed him my self by unsoldering and soldered on a new arm. It wasn't until I got a Mavic pro 2, that I fell in love with, her name is "Mothra". After her, I got another Mavic pro 2 his name is Vortex and from there, I never crashed again. It was becoming relevant that I was getting very good at flying and getting the jobs done on time and under budget while turning content around quickly for my clients - I have been very busy over the last few years and never thought these "toys" I was just trying to spend time with my son, would turn in to a job that I truly love. I could not get enough and to me, being a good pilot wasn't everything to this story but learning to be a photographer, editor, content provider, drone builder, drone repair, programmer, mapping expert, and resource for emergency services, disaster recovery, farm aide, and insurance companies had my attention and eyes wide open. I signed up to sub contract with app services i.e., DroneBase, Then DroneUp and learned DroneDeploy very quickly and completed all of the onboarding requirements I could. I achieved a dozen and a half of certifications with both companies and Loveland Innovations - Insurance inspections mostly. I bought and Autel Evo II Pro 6K next as a backup (sometimes DJI unlocking GEO fenced areas is quirky) but - this drone by far is my favorite - 6K camera and is a workhorse with almost 2 times the fly time and a Mavic. I then bought an inspire 2 with X5s camera and I am looking to get a 640T thermal and Visual Gimbal Camera for my Autel drone. It is very difficult to put everything I have done within the drone industry, please ask me for my drone resume for the long list. The only thing real lesson I have learned from being a drone pilot is that the opportunities that they provide - are endless. I can not wait for what the future brings within the industry and I hope to work for you real soon. I treat every job with the upmost importance and truly care about the quality of all my work and client. I love editing too, so if that is also a need you have - I would love to work with you on those projects as well. Thank you for stopping by at my profile - I wish to get my drones in the sky for you and your client(s) real soon!

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107.29 - Daylight Operations (Exp: June 30, 2024) - Fly a UAS at night

Aerial Photography Drone Pilot
Droners Approved Pilot