Meet the director...
My name is Steve and I'm the director of 20/20 Aviation. Thanks for taking the time to read about me and my company.
I've been interested and involved in the aviation industry for as long as I can remember. I became a qualified pilot on my 17th birthday, and started down the road of training as a commercial pilot before changing direction and becoming an Air Traffic Controller, although I continued to fly for fun. I've now been a controller for 15 years and counting, and in that time I've taken on many additional tasks such as training new controllers, supervisory duties, incident investigations and much more. It's a dynamic, challenging, interesting job and I'm very proud to do it.
Another passion that stretches back a long way into my memory is photography- I've been taking photos and videos since I was old enough to work a camera, although I'd like to think that I've gotten better since my first attempts!
I initially got into drone flying as it seemed like the perfect marriage of my interests in aviation, travel and photography- now I could fly and take photos at the same time!
As I began to build a portfolio of drone images and videos I gained a lot of really positive feedback, and eventually I was being encouraged to take things further and use my talents to provide professional drone photography services.
I eventually decided to take the plunge and set up 20/20 Aviation. The name reflects the clear and perfect view that drones can provide, as well as the eyesight standard synonymous with pilots and air traffic controllers.
The company operates on the principles of outstanding customer relations, friendly and flexible service, competitive pricing and exceptional quality results.
I'm proud of what we've achieved so far and I'm very excited to see what the future brings for us and our clients.
When I'm not involved with work or business you'll find me spending time with family and friends, exploring the countryside on two wheels (cycling or motorbiking, depending on how energetic I'm feeling!) or playing (and if I'm honest most likely getting beaten at!) racquet sports.
If you've made it this far then thanks for reading. It would be great to hear from you, so please feel free to get in touch!