My brother and I started a video production company back in 2015 specializing in aerial videography and photography. We started everything from scratch and managed to quickly pick up some big clients. With my brother’s finance and business background, paired with my design and creative experience, everything came naturally and it turned into a hobby of ours that we enjoy doing with our free time outside of our 9:00-5:00s.
A logo that cuts
through the competition.
I dare you to find a designer who hates branding. What’s there not to love? But branding a company reaches a whole new level when it’s your own. Suddenly, things as simple as choosing colors for names on the business cards takes hours of thought and a lot of discussion. In the end, it all becomes worth it when you finally open up that box of business cards.
We learned a lot of weird stuff about weather, airspace restrictions and aircraft laws in order to get our FAA 117 certificate allowing us to fly unmanned aircrafts commercially. As our list of clients started to grow, we invested in a production-grade 3-axis stabilizer/gimbal so we could provide ground footage that was just as smooth as our aerial footage.
A strong client base.
The adventures of
Cirrus the drone.
The company’s following has been increasing more and more each and every day. With help from other accounts on Instagram and YouTube, not only are we making an impact in the aerial videography industry, but all over Utah as well. With our Instagram posts being reposted by accounts with upwards of 40k followers, receiving an average of 5k likes per repost, people can’t help but notice and enjoy seeing our work.