Storytelling has taken to the sky.
Are you a marketer looking for a compelling hook for your large-scale product or service? Are you a contractor looking to share the progress of your project with your stakeholders? Wouldn’t it be great to have some aerial footage to help tell your story?
Not too long ago, making aerial videos meant chartering a plane or a helicopter, which made it too expensive for most projects.
Today, thanks to new technology and changing regulations, making aerial videos are more accessible and affordable than ever!
Dave Kim is a commercially licensed drone pilot who took the FAA exam on the second day it was available and passed on his first try.
He has a design background with a keen eye for all forms of visual media.
Remember, not all drone pilots are good videographers and not all videographers are good drone pilots. The individual you hire needs to be good at both in order for your project to succeed.
Based in Philadelphia, he is available for your next project in the Delaware Valley.
Current list of services:
- Visual Observer – are you a commercially licensed drone pilot on a big job and need an extra set of eyes to ensure a safe mission? This service is for you. Rates start at $25 per hour.
- Raw Footage – are you a professional videographer with access to your own post-processing software and you just need someone to shoot your raw aerial footage? This service is for you. Rates start at $125 per project.
- Footage+Processing – do you run a business and need someone to shoot your footage and deliver a complete video ready to share on social media platforms? This service is for you. Rates start at $250 per project.
- Day Rate – do you know that you will need to shoot aerial footage on a specific day and location, but can’t commit to a time due to the nature of your project, so you need someone on standby? This service is for you. Rates start at $500 per day.
For more information about our services, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a demonstration of our work, please watch the following video: