Mark Broadbent is a freelance cinematographer based in Brisbane, Australia and available to work locally, interstate and internationally.
Mark’s passion for photography and cinematography all began when at the ripe old age of 7 he received his first camera – a blue Fisher Price 110 film camera. It was love at first sight and whilst his toys may have gotten more sophisticated over the years, Mark’s passion for photography hasn’t waned. Mark’s discovery of cinematography at 15 when he started studying Film and Television at high school set him onto the path he is on today; combining his loves for both photography and cinematography into a successful career.
Recent projects Mark has been involved in have been wide ranging and include shooting director Kriv Stenders (Red Dog, Australia Day) passion project – “The Go-Betweens: Right Here” – feature documentary, one of 2 cinematographers on History Channel series “Uncharted – In the Wake of Captain Cook with Sam Neill”, “Wik vs Qld” for NITV and “Sally and Possum” – a children’s TV series for ABC.
In additional to these longer projects Mark has continued to shoot a number of TVC’s, music videos and corporate productions.
Along with traditional cinematography work Mark also specialises underwater and surf cinematography.
His credits vary from small, low-budget projects through to feature films, both drama and documentary and the projects he has worked on have taken him all over Australia as well as international shoots in the UK, Ireland, USA, Samoa, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, PNG, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu, Iceland and Antarctica.
Mark’s personable manner, down-to-earth approach and can-do attitude have enamoured him with cast and crew alike.