Eastern Oregon Aerial Photography, Specializing in Real Estate, Tourism and Accommodations

UAV “Drone” Photographer and Outdoor Adventure Guide available in Baker City, Oregon. Check out my collection of aerial photography in the Gallery or just keep scrolling to see the latest updates from beautiful Eastern Oregon and Western Idaho region.

I also provide standard, “ground based”, media and technology consulting services in the Eastern Oregon area. I’m good with setting up networks, audio/video technology, software, databases, websites and graphic design. Feel free to contact me anytime.

If you need a UAV Pilot for photo and video shoots, go ahead and book a flight; I’d be happy to help with your Real Estate, Ranching, Forestry, Events, or any Artistic/Media needs you might have. Training and consulting on UAV technology is available too.

The pictures on this site look great printed on canvas and displayed in your business/ home. Contact for purchase options and sizes.

Moved to Bend Oregon, now offering UAS “drone” services in Central Oregon

Still offering services in Eastern Oregon but now headquartered in Bend. Contact me today if you are a Real Estate company in Central Oregon: Bend, Redmond, Sisters, Madras, Sun River, La Pine, Prineville – and we can schedule an appointment for prompt, quality aerial photography services using the latest UAS/Drone technology.

Anthony Lakes Sawtooth Mountains

Ever wonder what’s on the other side of those sawtooth mountains up at Anthony Lakes? Well here’s a nice view of some of the frozen lakes and Elkhorn Mountains looking out towards Granite.
Jagged peak out past “Avalanche” trail at Anthony Lakes.
Looking back on the same peak. The little drone made it over the ridge but was definitely sending the “Strong Wind” warnings; all in all it handled fine though. Soon to have an upgraded UAV that will handle stronger winds just fine.
Looking straight down that mountain ridge you see off to the left when riding the chairlift at Anthony Lakes Ski Resort.
After the flight up to the ridgeline I had a sweet run down “Avalanche” trail, thanks to John Porter who I met on the chairlift and told me about the quick walk over there. There was still some powder left over from the last snow storm and now I know of a new area of Anthony Lakes to explore.