Jeff Kirkland

  • Cinematographer | Director | Editor | Colourist | Filmmaker
  • Hobart, Tasmania
  • Dec 12, 2019
contract Cinematographer Colour grading Director Producer

Experience - brief overview of your professional skills

I have been primarily a one man show corporate DoP for the past 30 years, working on corporate documentaries, TVCs, event videos, and more. In the last few years I have been shifting my focus to narrative film and music video cinematography.

Since moving to Tasmania in 2016, I have worked on several short films and music videos as either cinematographer, gaffer, or colourist.

In 2018 I started ONE/18 FILMS, a production company whose goal is to facilitate the creation of micro to low-budget short films in Tasmania, and to provide opportunities for industry newcomers to gain practical experience.

Credit/work experience (at least 1 professional, paid screen credit)

Apr 2017 - Apr 2017 MAST FILMS

Gaffer on short film "Killfie"

Aug 2017 - Aug 2019 MAST FILMS

Gaffer on short film "Believing Baxter"

Oct 2017 - Oct 2017 MAST FILMS

Cinematographer for short film "Run Don't Run"

Mar 2018 - Mar 2018 Lollapalooza Films

Colour grade of award winning documentary "Bam Bam".

Director / Cinematographer
Jun 2018 - Jun 2018 ONE/18 FILMS

Director and cinematographer on official music video for "Sad Song" by DISPRAZE.

Writer / Director
Aug 2018 - Aug 2018 ONE/18 FILMS

Writer and director on short film "Pursuant".

Oct 2018 - Oct 2018 MAST FILMS

Colourist for short film "Sombra".

Green Screen Supervisor
Mar 2019 - Mar 2019 N/A

Supervised green screen lighting for the short film "Karen".

Company (if applicable)



60 926 514 377

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Equipment, facilities and services


  • Sony FS700 & ATOMOS Shogun recorder - 4K DCI ProRes or CDNG raw up to 120fps
  • Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K - 4K DCI ProRes or Blackmagic Raw up to 120fps
  • Panasonic GH4 - 4K DCI MP4 internal or UHD 10-bit ProRes via ATOMOS recorder.
  • Canon XA20 and Canon XA10  - 1080p camcorders.
  • All cameras adapted to use Canon EF mount glass.


  • Sigma 18-35 ART f/1.8
  • Canon 24-105 L f/4
  • Canon 50mm f/1.4
  • A collection of vintage lenses including Nikon, Canon and Zeiss


  • Sony 18-55
  • Sony 55-210


  • Assorted tungsten, fluorescent, and LED lights (open face, Fresnel, soft bank, 1x1, etc), along with modifiers and grip gear. 


  • Final Cut X
  • Davinci Resolve


  • Davinci Resolve