Ever since I was around two years old I have been fascinated by and had a love for aviation.
Growing up I would always read airplane magazines and play with model planes, one day I decided I wanted to get into “planespotting”.
Eventually developing a love for aviation photography I created my instagram account, Flying.Ty, and started to share my work.
Meeting a lot of friends and constantly learning I started to get better and better at what I did; eventually being reposted by airlines such as United, Viva Aerobus, Royal Air Maroc, and Southwest.
I became known for my photography from Newark airport, only 15 minutes from my home in New Jersey with shots including the New York skyline and Port Newark in the background.
Continuing to grow my passion and meeting people along the way I met friends who guided me, taught me and helped give me more opportunity in the world of aviation photography.
Some of the highlights in recent years have included aerial photography from open door helicopters above New York, Atlanta, Chicago, and Los Angeles. As well as getting to take photos at airports all over the USA and the world.
One of these opportunities included capturing Delta Air Lines final MD88 flight taxiing into Atlanta from a helicopter.
This photo was eventually published in the July 2020 issue of Airways Magazine. Thanks to this photo gaining attention from Airways, I joined the Airways magazine team in June 2020 as a staff photographer and a member of the social media team.
To this day my journey in the world of aviation continues as both a photographer, traveler, and now a student pilot learning to fly in Morristown, NJ.
I’m looking forward to where my adventure will take me next!
Thank you for taking the time to visit my website, and viewing my photography!
– Tyler Lorenz
Additional bits about me:
I have been able to planespot at over 20 airports, the list continues to grow but so far includes airports such as, JFK, EWR, LAX, IAH, and many more!
In 2018, I did my first helicopter over Los Angeles, and have been hooked on aerial photography ever since!
Now, a member of the AeroNewsX team my photos and articles are featured on www.AeronewsX.com. I have also been featured in the print magazine!