About us





Red Air Drones is a specialist Aerial Media Company based in the South West.
With a passion for both moving, and stills camerawork, and the introduction of UAV (Drone) technology, we have been able to take our image gathering to a new level



Jim Bishop: Aerial Cameraman. BNUC-S. CAA reg'd. Fully Insured.

Gavin Crowther: EMMY Award Winning cameraman. Aerial Cameraman. BNUC-S. CAA reg'd. Fully insured.

Jim and Gavin both have Permission for Commercial Operation (PfCO) issued by the CAA including permissions for Night Flying.

Commercial Building and roof Surveys, Commercial Video Production, Broadcast RPAS (drone) and camerawork.





Gavin Crowther has been in the Broadcast TV and Video industry for the last 30 years. He spent 10 years filming adventure documentaries in some of the most extreme places in the world. He won an EMMY in 1997 for his camerawork filming for the American Outdoor Life Network for his film Rock Queen", the first attempt to Free Climb the Old Man of Hoy by Catherine Destevelle. Other awards include The Hussein Medal of Excellence of the First Order, awarded by The late King Hussein of Jordan, for his services to Aerial Filming and Aviation. Worldfest Houston Film Gold special jury award for "Westcountry Top Secret" in 2005.

This year already we have worked for BBC  ( DIY SOS) , ITN tonight, James Martins British Adventure and Tefal, to name but a few.





Aerial media service (video and photography  and short film makers.)

We have built up a strong relationship with some big clients this year offering aerial support footage for  television and commercial projects.
We also produce business promotional films, work for land development companies, Estate agents, aerial survey and inspections Commerical filming, Events and documentaries




We price all out jobs on an individual basis, depending on clients needs. We can offer you an quick estimate over the phone or even at a meeting so please contact us for a no obligation estimate



We have insurance through Lloyds to covering £5 million public liability