Norwich drone operator with Civil Aviation Authority Operational Authorisation.

Capturing stunning aerial visuals with a 4/3 CMOS sensor.

Dual camera filming up to 5.1K video and 20 Mega Pixel RAW high-resolution photographs.

Norwich Drone operator specialising in Aerial Drone Solutions

Covering the whole East Anglia; Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex & Cambridgeshire.

I’m a Norwich based broadcast cameraman, offering my drone, aerial service anywhere in East Anglia.

I have 30+ years in the industry creating TV and digital content for 1000s of various projects.

I’m here to help with your projects. I can work to your shot list, or take the creative steer myself.

I film up to 5.1K, footage or take high-resolution, 20 mega-pixel, aerial still photographs.

Norwich drone operator, helping your aerial videography and photography.


My drone service is the ideal solution for surveying roofs and chimneys – in fact anywhere.

Cinematic Aerial Filming

I can capture stunning video footage, up to 5.1k for use in any of your video productions and photographs.

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Some of my clients; Entrusted & Proud

I take care of all pre-flight planning, from my Civil Aviation Authories risk assessments, air space checks to planning with Air Traffic Control, local authorities and maintaining the legally required logs.

This preparation will ensure your drone flights are legal, and most importantly safe for you, other airspace users and members of the public and the surroundings.

Norwich Research Park and Norfolk & Norwich Hospital

Felixstowe, near Ipswich, Suffolk

Lowestoft, Suffolk

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

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Norwich Drone Operator with up-to-date certification from the Civil Aviation Authority.

I have Operational Authorisation in the Specific category from the CAA.

This enables me to do much more than just having the minimum of the Flyer and drone ID and more than the outdated PfCO qualification.

Operational Authorisation from CAA

General Visual Line of Sight Certificate (GVC) in the Specific category

A2 Certificate of Competence (A2 CofC)

Your Norfolk, Norwich drone operator, and remote pilot.

DJI Mavic 3 drone filming in Norwich, Norfolk


Dual Cameras
Main camera:
4/3 CMOS sensor / Hasselblad 24mm Prime Lens
Zoom camera:
1/2 CMOS sensor / 162mm telephoto / up to x28

Video: up to 5.1K / 200Mbs / 25-120 fps
Photo: jpeg or RAW, 20 megapixel
Colour space: Rec. 709, HLG or D-Log
Max Wind Speed Resistance: 27 mph

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Norfolk, Norwich Drone Operator Rate Card

When you commission me to carry out your drone flights, I will provide all the time you need the drone airborne for, along with enough time I’m on location.

My drone project planning is in connection with my Civil Aviation Authority training and certification and includes

  • Air space checks
  • Liaising with Air Traffic Control
  • Contacting local authorities if needed

Starting from

£ 350 +VAT
  • Complete flight planning
  • Full CAA Risk Assessment
  • Method Statement
  • Day or night flight
  • £10 million public liability insurance
  • £100,000 Professional indemnity
  • Digital delivery
  • UAV Observer option

Drone Operator Rate Card FAQ

Do you need the ‘Specific category’ license to use a drone in the UK?

If you don’t have the Specific category license you are very restricted in what you can do, and rightfully so.
The licensing is there not only to educate but also to protect the public, property and surroundings.

I’m licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority with Operation Authorisation with:
– General Visual Line of Sight Certificate (GVC) in the Specific category
– A2 Certificate of Competence (A2 CofC)
– Permission for Commercial Operation (PfCO).

I also hold an Operator and Flyer ID.

All of my certifications allow me to do more in the air – safe & legal.
I’m trained to the CAA standards to ensure I’m are #DroneSafe.

I have a drone of less than 250g, can I fly anywhere?

It’s a myth that if a drone is under 250g it’s exempt from the rules and regulations. The user may not need an Operator or Flyer ID, but they are very much restricted as to what they can do and where.

If you have a drone under 250g, I highly recommended you get the bare minimum of an Operator and Flyer ID. Obtaining these will teach you the safe use of your drone.