At work in the Chattahoochee hills of Georgia, on the upcoming NBC show, SPARTAN.

Music video bling.
Ronin M, A7S,
Laguna California


I’m there ready to fly while the other guys are figuring out how to get there…

Capturing architectural splendor in 4K

Toyota RAV 4 commercial
Jay Leno, Tony Wilson
Paradise Cove, CA

A licensed ultralight pilot
plus FAA Park 333 Exempt

Drew Cobb has production in his DNA. As the founder and head pilot of Dronewrx he grew up in Hollywood with an multi-Emmy award winning father who worked in television as a cameraman and engineer, and was exposed to ‘the biz’ virtually from birth. With a degree in graphic design and video production, he has an exceptional eye for detail.

Drew co-founded Summit Videoworx, a specialty production company in the mountains near Breckenridge Colorado skiing with a full sized camera and a deck on his back. That’s where his passion for action photography took flight. This experience included writing, shooting, editing, narrating and music supervision. More recently, a member of IATSE 695, he has provided video playback to shows and movies including CSI Las Vegas, Chuck, Parenthood, Intelligence and Scandal. His production experience is diverse and he is well aware of set etiquette.

When Drew laid eyes on a multi-rotor he knew he had found the perfect combination of his skills and passion for action photography. You may only get one chance at a shot, and have to be prepared when it happens. Experience and nerve make all the difference, and Drew is unflappable under pressure. Skilled as a motocross racer he has incorporated his motorcycle into the business, offering a nimble form of follow vehicle, and giving him ultimate mobility and swift access to remote locations and he’s able to navigate the world famous So. Cal traffic when daylight is crucial.

Drew is veteran cameraman with a knack for stabilized moving shots, recently developing REEL-MOTION a new and exciting way to capture dynamic moving shots. Drew owned HD Videoworx, a boutique camera rental house in Hollywood for 8 years giving him the knowledge and resources to procure cameras/production gear. He has since made being a professional drone pilot and production his only focus, while maintaining his contacts in the rental world which are an asset to his clients. Drew is a team player and an asset to any production he works on.

Drew’s dad on the Ernie Kovacs show, c. 1956.

On set with Ernie Kovacs, c. 1956.

In the “golden era” of network television, practical jokes were as common as ashtrays on the console.