I was on a job with a photographer friend for NRG (the company not the stadium) and I was his drone subcontractor. Suffice to say, I got some awesome shots for him and me.
When it rains heavily in the Houston area, sometimes the Lake Conroe needs to release water down-river to relieve pressure on the dam. Memorial Day 2015 brought torrential rains to Houston and I had the chance to see the water release from a viewpoint I had only previously imagined.
Hired by Landry’s, I took the drone down to the island for sunrise one morning. Oh, what a beautiful sight.
Shortly after the stadium first-opened and it was easy to fly a drone anywhere in town, all you had to do was duck the cops.
Landry’s hired me again to shoot drone video of a different island property.
A piece of Texas history, as seen from the eyes of my drone.
First time flying indoors. This was before drones came standard with anti-crashing sensors and software. I was definitely nervous about running into a steel purlin and crashing down on some kid. Luckily, we made it out unscathed.