Fraser Stephen

Fraser Stephen

FJS85 Creative
Camera Operator, Director of Photography and Photographer (Still)

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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November 2015
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About Fraser

Graduate of Screen Academy Scotland, one of only three Film Academies (along with the London Film School and the NFTS) in the UK recognised by Creative Skillset as a centre of excellence in film practise education. Awarded a Masters of Arts with Distinction in Film (Cinematography).

6+ years experience as a professional photographer. I have held standing commissions with esteemed clients such as News International and BBC, including privileged coverage of music festivals Rockness and T in the Park. Other commercial clients include: AISUS Offshore, Becky White PR, Breo, DC Thomson & Co, Kiltmakers.co.uk and Universal News & Sport.

Credits

  • Repeat

    Repeat (2015)
    Film (short) by Joséfa Celestin (Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer A voice message becomes the last connection between a man and his family.

  • Artie Says Goodbye

    Artie Says Goodbye (2015)
    Film (short) by Salome Hevin (Comedy, Drama and Family) Cinematographer Artie's brother Miles is leaving. Artie doesn't want to say goodbye. A last minute childhood game, on their street, helps Artie find acceptance and say farewell to Miles.

  • Tuesday

    Tuesday (2015)
    Film (short) by Charlotte Wells (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Every Tuesday, sixteen-year-old Allie stays with her dad, and she sees no reason why this week should be any different. Throughout the course of the day, she sweeps through awkward encounters with family and friends, before finally arriving at her dad's flat where it becomes apparent that a world has been irretrievably lost.

  • Remnant

    Remnant (2015)
    Film (short) by Andy Stewart (Drama and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department Claire Miller is afraid to fall asleep. Plagued by nightmares, she finds herself waking in strange places with no recollection of how she got there. As her mental state gradually deteriorates, Claire will soon find out that the reasons for her problems have been with her since birth. Written by Blistered Pictures

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