Originally from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, Dylan moved to New York City to study acting for film in 2004. He received his front-of-the-camera training at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, graduating in 2006. As we all know, sometimes pursuing one dream can lead to another, and Dylan began his photography business shortly thereafter. He has been able to use his on-camera training and experience to develop his own unique photographic style. In January of 2014 Dylan relocated to Los Angeles, CA.
My love for aviation started as a young kid, when my grandfather used to take me up flying in his Cessna 172. Early on I was fascinated by flight. In my young teens I was a member of the Civil Air Patrol, Coeur d’Alene Composite Squadron, Idaho Wing. I participated in disaster relief, and was on the ground search and rescue team. CAP provided a wealth of knowledge studying the principles of flight and rocketry. As I grew older my path took me in different directions, ultimately as a photographer.
I recently had the opportunity to jump head-first into the world of aviation photography, and have found a way to reconnect with an industry I deeply love. My skillset in the photography world is diverse, and I pride myself on being able to professionally and efficiently provide clients a wide array of photography and video related services to satisfy all elements of your marketing needs. Whether it is full lifestyle oriented FBO, in-Flight, and maintenance images for your asset library, architectural images of your facilities, or video of your operations and buildings, I will deliver beautiful 5-star images and video that showcase the best you have to offer, and capture the essence that makes you and your business unique. I’m commercially insured and a FAA Part 107 certified UAS operator.
I am on the forefront of technology in the photography world, utilizing the latest equipment, with a trained eye, to deliver simply the best images possible, while constantly pushing the limits of my creativity. I look forward to hearing from you!
Photo by Matt Leitholt