Who am I?

My name is John & live in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, just miles from the Olympic Mountains, Downtown Seattle, Bremerton Ferry, and beautiful scenery all around. I’m an avid outdoorsman who enjoys skiing, water sports, fishing, hiking, and just about any extreme sport I get the chance to try.

Our name comes from two words which together mean “All views or prospects; especially large and beautiful ones”.

What do I do?

I can capture video or photos for a range of events and purposes. Our services also extend to video and photo editing for those who need it. I work primarily with Adobe Creative Suite’s Premiere Pro and Photoshop Pro, with some experience in other software and editing suites.

Here are just a few things we can do with aerial video/photos:

  • Weddings
  • Real Estate
  • Corporate events
  • Sports
  • Landscape
  • Agriculture
  • Industrial Inspections

No matter your needs, Omnivista Productions can help you bring your vision to life from unique vantage points.

Why Aerial?

Cinematography is an ever-changing medium in our world today. Video is the postmodern canvas. People want to see things in ways they’ve never seen them before. Whether you consider yourself creative or not, it can be difficult to keep your event, content, product, or business on the forefront of a shifting horizon. Drones and quadcopters have afforded us the opportunity to see the world from entirely new perspectives. It’s that shift in outlook that attracted me to aerial video and photography in the first place.

I’m all about bringing your vision to life from new vantage points. Any event or occasion takes on an entire new look when captured from above. I’ve watched everyone from children to seniors be enchanted by the video they see from a drone. The look on their faces is what makes what I do so fulfilling.

Ready to talk? We'd love to hear from you!

Check out a couple articles on the value of aerial footage in Real Estate...

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The Case for Drones in Real Estate

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Zillow's Take On Drones