Chris Pinchbeck is a native New Englander who studied Environmental Conservation at University of New Hampshire before relocating to the West Coast and obtaining a BA in Commercial Photography from Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, CA. He led various photo workshops around the Southwest with Eco Summer Expeditions and in Canada with Canadian Mountain Holidays. Later he worked with the legendary photographer Paul Caponigro. This led to Chris developing his own completely unique pinhole camera process, which created the largest, direct positive pinhole imagery in existence. Chris has taught at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and at Maine Media College. His work is shown all over New England, from Boston University to the permanent collection at Farnsworth Art Museum. Commercially, his clientele list includes Ford Motor Company, Hurricane Island Outward Bound, L.L. Bean, Central Main Power, and numerous others. He was the Media Director for Moss, Inc. and helped to produce the Emmy Award-winning television series “Anyplace Wild.” In addition to his accomplishments as a photographer and his work with aerial drones, Chris is also master craftsman of Scottish Bagpipe drones. Not many can came claim to be experts in both aerial and bagpipe drones.