Mathew Farrell is a Tasmanian based photographer and cinematographer with over 15 years experience.
He works as a director of photography on commercials, documentaries, short and feature length films. He shoots stills for news, editorial, commercial and corporate clients.
Mathew is experienced in hand held shooting, underwater, aerials, steadicam/MoVI, rope and rigging work. He is familiar with many camera systems, such as Arri, Nikon, Canon, Black Magic Design, Red, Sony, GoPro, Freefly, DJI, 35mm film—but never let the gear get in the way of telling the story.
Clients include: The ABC, Travel Channel, Huffington Post, News Corp, Getty, Telstra, CSIRO, Chain Reaction Cycles, Camelbak, Henty, Black Diamond, Sea to Summit, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Tasmanian State Government, University of Tasmania, Polar Latitudes.
Some of his recent projects include the feature film Nightingale (camera department), The remote Pakistan documentary The Karakoram Anomaly Project (cinematographer), stills and video campaigns for Henty (photographer, cinematographer, editor, producer), and the Tasman Peninsula climbing documentary Before It Falls (cinematographer, co-producer), stills and video for The Hobart Mercury newspaper and portraits for the Tasmanian government cabinet.
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Ph: +61 421 378 963