Webb Media Solutions
Webb Media Solutions
Webb Media Solutions was formed by its owner and chief pilot, Jesse Webb. His passion for aviation and videography led him to start flying as a remote pilot over five years ago. Aviation has always been a part of his life, and started with flying small bush planes into remote areas of Alaska at an early age. The desire to see things from the air, led him to start attaching GoPro cameras to fixed wing Remote Aircraft. Once consumer drones became more readily available, the change over to quadcopters was an easy transition. The ease of now being able to capture stabilized 4K footage from high above has led him to attain images like never before.
Webb Media Solutions now has a fleet of drones to capture a wide array of imagery. Our experienced pilot operates within the parameters provided by the law, laid out in CFR part 107. He is certificated by the FAA to operate small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS or drones), and also fully insured for aerial and ground operations. We have many airspace authorizations and other waivers allowing us to operate where other pilots may not have the authority to do so.
Safety is our number one concern on any location, leading us to have written out emergency protocol and conduct safety briefings with all parties involved before operation. Jesse has taken several training courses to further his understanding of sUAS and how to mitigate an emergency should one occur. As stable as drones are and as safe as they might seem, there are still many hazardous situations that can occur. Without proper training, experience, and knowledge pilots may be ill equipped to handle these situations. You can be fully confident that hiring Webb Media Solutions will provide you with a safe, well trained, and legal operator to conduct your business.
Our equipment is state of the art technology. Our fleet consists of an Inspire 2 capable of capturing video in up to 5.2K quality and with top speeds of almost 60mph. We also use a Phantom 4 Professional for all of our close proximity flying. It is capable of capturing video at 4K with 20 megapixel stills. We also keep a Phantom 3 Professional on hand as a backup drone which is also capable of taking 4K quality video.