After spending 35 years in the heavy construction field, including 20 years working with Clallam County road department and retiring as the District 1 road maintenance supervisor, Christopher Enges went back to school to pursue a degree in multi-media communication from Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Washington in 2012.
Once out of college, Christopher, working with the Veteran’s Administration’s VA Accelerator business program completed the year’s program and with the help of the VA, started Spirit Vision Films in 2015.
At the same time, Christopher became one of the first drone pilots in Washington state to receive a FAA 333 exemption to fly drones commercially. Two years later when the FAA finally instituted the small UA drone pilots license, he became one of the first commercial drone pilots on the North Olympic Peninsula to receive the new CRF Part 107 commercial pilots license.
Since 2015, Christopher and Spirit Vision Films have been active in creating videos for government, tribal, corporate, and private entities.
He also worked with Peninsula Area Public Access TV (PAPA TV) in Port Angeles, Washington to create travel documentaries, local content, and public service announcements for the city of Port Angeles, Clallam County, and the city of Sequim.
His work includes travel, construction documentary, public service announcements, aerial videography, real estate videos and photography, and documentary-style and informative features in stunning 4k.
Christopher lives in Carlsborg, Washington on the North Olympic Peninsula.