FAA licensed and Insured Drone pilot
If you are hiring someone to do drone work, it is SO important to make sure that they are FAA part 107 certified. The law actually requires anyone using a drone for business to be licensed. and that's a good thing! It's basically a drivers license for drone pilots. A hefty fine can be given to any individual that hires an unlicensed drone pilot for photos or video. Good news is, I'm a FAA licensed drone pilot and have logged hundreds of hours flying my drone for my business and for fun (and it's REALLY fun!)
Aerial shots are some of my favorite and I literally get giddy every time I use my drone because I get to fly a camera around!! I have flown my drone all around the western United States and I have even flown in Mexico around the Famous Cabo Arch! I currently use a Phantom 4 Pro drone that features a stabilized 4K camera system, obstacle avoidance, and a positioning system for insanely stable flights in almost any condition.
Aerial shots add that wow factor to my films. Contact me for drone footage on your next video project.