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I’m an Auckland videographer & aspiring DoP (own a Sony PMW-F3 & BMPCC) who loves camera gear tech and crafting light to make your next film be awesome. I come equipped and ready to take on whatever your project is! Be it events, short films, weddings, corporate videos or even something more unusually out of the box… want to shoot an engagement session with medium format film? Or want a 360 degree virtual reality video? Can do! Get in touch.

Am currently working as a Director of Photography on two feature films (a vampire comedy, and a psychological horror), and am available for other upcoming work too.

Also regularly work as a boom op / sound recordist on films, have a Sound Devices 552 / RODE NTG2 / blimp / boom / wireless / etc, contact me if you have need of this on your next project.

A small random assortment of videos I’ve been the cameraman on:

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“You are one of the most intense camera professionals I have seen in my career as an actor. I love the unending energy you have to give the best… even if it’s just a 2 second shot. Love your passion and it shows in the end product. Keep up the good work mate.” ~ Raj Singh (Actor)

“There are few men in history as prepared as you now are for low light shooting!” ~ Dion Paz (Director)

“David was utterly thorough in his preparations as DoP for my short film Breathe. He knew my shot list by heart and without any doubt he absolutely knows his stuff, and I felt very fortunate to have a DoP who was very generous in sharing this knowledge.” ~ Kirsty Hamilton (Director)

Good talk on VR Cinema from this year's Google I/O! ... See MoreSee Less

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Filming with a Samsung Gear 360 today, one of the first in the country! #360VR ... See MoreSee Less

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Spotted them using an OOOOOLLLLLDDD camera on the latest episode of Angie Tribeca, an Olympus E1 from 2003! :-o Was the first ever Four Thirds camera. ... See MoreSee Less

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The most hilarious & bizarre advert for a 360 degree camera ever made! ... See MoreSee Less

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The screenplay for this short film was written by an Artificial Intelligence neural network bot. The results are hilarious.

PS. also the soundtrack is meaningless, the lyrics was generated by AI (although the music composed was done by humans, next step for the AI? No reason why it couldn't be):

Screenplay can be read here:

I'd love to shoot an AI written screenplay myself! Maybe I could feed it horror film scripts instead of Sci-Fi?
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