at Birds Eye of Big Sky,


We technically specialize in Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) operations and visual storytelling. Our mission is to use distinctive visual storytelling as a means of communicating with our world about opportunity, hope, and awareness. By flying the industry's most dynamic UAS technology over the past 7 years, our highly trained drone pilot practice risk management, mindfulness, and artistic creativity to capture remarkable photos and video from the sky. We provide drone education, industry familiarization, and drone services such as video and photo production (ground and aerial videography and aerial photography), Survey-grade GIS Mapping, Construction site monitoring, Inspections, Roof Reports, Agricultural Health Reports, and digital 3D models at a welcoming price.

We guarantee a higher level of safety, cost effectiveness, and efficiency with our exemplary understanding and experience that is incomparable by other drone companies. Birds Eye of Big Sky is dedicated to providing the best experience possible to our customers. Our enthusiasm for drones has encouraged our team to continuously expand their knowledge base alongside an evolving UAS industry since it's genesis.  Please contact us today for a free consultation on how your company can leverage the benefits of drones.


There are many applications for this technology, and we appreciate the opportunity to familiarize you with our services.
Our specialties include and are not limited to:

Working with Danielle and Matt from Birds Eye of Big Sky on a documentary about the Rockies was an absolute pleasure. The team were very professional, talented and were always up for a challenge.
— Lydia Baines, BBC

In the beginning of 2018, we were featured on various National News Channels! 

Check out our story:

Danielle and Matt came ready for adventure on our mountain-top shoot, accessible only by 4-wheeler. Their communication leading up to the day put me at ease, and we had an amazing shoot- their gorgeous footage provides both breathing room and the ability to tell a story where visuals didn’t exist.
— Emily Chapman, Producer, Oklahoma City (Sundance '17/ PBS) and Ruby Ridge (PBS)