I have been working within the UK film industry since 1987, training as both a lighting cameraman and in post-production services.
From 1990 to 1993 I shot six 16mm telemovies for the Children’s Film Unit/Channel Four. Since going freelance I have worked on a wide variety of projects including corporate videos, documentaries, low-budget dramas, promos and shorts. As a result I have developed a wide working skills base incorporating all aspects of production, post-production and special visual FX.
With specialty areas of medical and technical topics, recent video projects have included overseas work for SAGIA and the Saudi Fund for Development including countries from Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to Senegal, Mali, Lebanon & Saudi Arabia.
“The Innocent Sleep” and “The Killing Zone” were my first two feature films as Director of Photography. Subsequently he shot indie horror film “Fallen Angels” starring Michael Ironside and Jeff Fahey, as well as the British teen comedy “Neil’s Party” which was my first feature film acquired on high definition video.
My most recent feature film projects included the low-budget police thriller “Bad Day”, one of the first British feature films originated entirely using the Panasonic AG-HVX200 P2 camera, and horror-thriller "Scar Tissue" originated on the Sony PMW F3.
Name: Alan Dunlop
Lives in: London, England
Occupation: Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Colorist, Director of Photography, Editor, Lighting Designer, Motion Graphic Design, Post-Production Supervisor, Screenwriter and Visual Effects Artist