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I like to keep busy making Films, Drama, Documentary and short films.
Gave up my regular job to go back to University to learn Cinematography.
Lighting for professional Theatre for 5 years.
Film (short) by Beatriz Delgado Mena (Drama) Cinematographer Jim, a ruined artist whose family has left him, has to make an important decision which will change his rest of his life. Will the drug addiction he suffers lead him to make the wrong choice?
Film (short) by Nor Hazlin Nor Salam (Documentary) Cinematographer This short documentary was created as part of a student project and the film crew follows a road gang painting white lines on England's roads. This was the very first film project that we all worked on together, where we developed a close bond that influenced much of our future film work at Smudgerhunt Film. White Lining seems to be just another real life story about people and their daily jobs, but this story is so much more and has a unexpected twist as we start to look in more depth at the people and their jobs. Visually we admire the skill of the road gang as they hand paint the lines and circles that we take for granted everyday on our roads, the parking spaces and even the runways at our Airports. Written by Ian F. Hunt
The Man and His Museum
Documentary by Smudgerhunt Film Cinematographer
Film (short) by Smudgerhunt Film Cinematographer
Film (short) by Nichola Hao (Drama) Cinematographer
Film (short) by Mehek Azmathulla (Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer A monologue about a character who is a character in a monologue.
Film (short) by Nor Hazlin Nor Salam (Action) Cinematographer
Relatively Current News
Film (short) by Mehek Azmathulla (Comedy) Cinematographer Meet Diane Bird, the career-driven and ambitious host of Relatively Current. However, Relatively Current isn't on TV anymore. Due to severe budget cuts the show had to move online and is now fighting with incompetent staff, crazy guests and the disillusioned field reporter Herbert McCarthy. Over four hilarious episodes, we invite you to meet Brad, a true ladies-man, Adrian, a sports reporter with a food obsession, and more than one guest who will push Diane to her limits. Written by Hutny, Patricia
Film (short) by Nor Hazlin Nor Salam (Documentary and Biography) Cinematographer, Writer, Producer Women Director provides a unique perspective on British Motorcycle Culture 'True Stories of Bikers and their Machines' In this short documentary we immerse the audience in the culture of the British Motorcyclist with interviews with enthusiastic motorcycle owners talking about British motorcycle culture and their machines. From the ordinary to the extraordinary we look at rare Italian racing bikes, the Ducati's, the world of the customized Harley Davidson and the rarest in motorcycle history and the privately owned museum that collects them. But most importantly it is the culture that we investigate and the relationships between people and their machines. Written by Ian F. Hunt
Marvo's Grand Tour
Film (short) by Sagar Srivastava (Comedy) Cinematographer
Film (short) by Listya Widyasari (Drama) Cinematographer
The Man Who Fell
Film (short) by Kelly Soulioti (Drama) Cinematographer
Film (short) by Nichola Hao (Comedy) Cinematographer
Film (short) by Ian F. Hunt (Documentary) Cinematographer, Writer, Producer, Director
Best Lighting in a Drama
Arts University Bournemouth