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About Us

Rotor Multimedia was created to provide creative, cost-effective multimedia solutions for businesses and individuals in the Philadelphia, PA and Newport, RI regions. Our pilots are passionate photographers, travelers and storytellers. As one of the first companies to bring modern drone technologies to the Philadelphia real estate & inspection markets, we are united by our mission to fly safely while creating beautiful photographs and breath-taking video for our clients.


Each and every Rotor Multimedia pilot is an experienced professional photographer that has passed the FAA's strict Part 107 Small Unmanned Aerial System certification process. We take our work seriously, researching the airspace and creating detailed flight plans for every mission we fly. This commitment to safety allows us to carry up to $10 million dollars in liability insurance per flight.


Rand Bradbury Jr.
Pilot, Photographer & Audio Engineer

Rand has an incredibly diverse skillset that continues to help Rotor Multimedia thrive. After studying photography, filmmaking and screenwriting at Drexel University, Rand began his career working for television stations and photography studios like QVC, Inc. and PBS. Rand moved from TV to music and spent the next 10 years in media and live event production, working with everyone from BB King to ZZ Top in venues like the Keswick Theatre and The Mann Center. In 2013 The American Law Institute hired Rand to manage production teams and set up a new content distribution system to record and stream their legal educational programming nationwide. Rotor Multimedia was founded on his love of flight, photography, audio recording and new media technology.


Kasia Bradbury
Scientist &


Kasia recieved her MSc in Experimental Physics and her Phd in Biochemistry from universities in Poland before moving to the United States to work at Jefferson University as a research scientist. Her relentless attention to detail and intimate knowledge of physics has been invaluable to our team. Kasia currently splits her time between Rotor Multimedia, the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia, PA and the Biology Department at Rutgers University in Camden, NJ.

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