Cinematographer / DOP
Hobart TAS, Australia
I have over 17 years experience in documentary production. In addition to cinematography and field producing, I have also worked in various positions from field logistic support, photography and sound recording. I am experienced in producing material for both web/multimedia/social and standard broadcast.
I am an extreme environment specialist, from the tropics to the polar regions , with a solid guiding and expedition background (I am an accredited polar guide). I am used to working unsupported in remote areas, both topside and underwater.
Most of my work has been in natural history (BBC NHU, Nat Geo), science, various human documentaries (Nat Geo, Discovery, ABC, SBS), conservation and educational programs. Specific recent camera experience includes remotely controlled cameras, stabilized systems and drones. I am a CASA licensed drone pilot.
News and Documentary Emmy nomination for outstanding cinematography for BBC Spy in the Wild (2018), UK GTC award for excellence (2019) for BBC Spy in the Snow
show reel : https://www.dropbox.com/s/y76eyatxdxww2iy/Fred%20Olivier%20Showreel%20H264%2020190614.mov?dl=
Mathew is a cinematographer and stills photographer with experience ranging from large productions to solo operations. He is experienced in MoVI and Aerials (CASA licensed drone pilot), and has experience with roped access work, small boat operations and remote area expeditions. He is an experienced polar guide, zodiac boat driver and climbing guide.
Mathew has worked on a range of features, shorts, commercials, documentaries and news.
Clients include: The ABC, BBC, Travel Channel, Huffington Post, News Corp, Getty, Telstra, Camelbak, Henty, Black Diamond, Sea to Summit, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Tasmanian State Government, University of Tasmania, Polar Latitudes, Fredbird Productions, Toyshop Productions, Roar Film and Latitude Films.
supporting screen practitioners statewide
Statewide - office in Hobart
Wide Angle Tasmania is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that has delivered grassroots opportunities and resources to the Tasmanian screen sector since 2003.
Wide Angle Tasmania's mission is to strengthen Tasmania's screen culture by encouraging, developing and supporting Tasmanian screen practitioners.
We provide quality film production equipment (cameras, lights, audio, unit gear, camera support, projectors etc.) in Tasmania and offer a 30% discount on gear hire to all current financial members . All prices include GST and insurance. We can courier equipment to most locations within Tasmania with advance bookings.
Wide Angle manages the Screen Centre with a 70 seat-cinema/studio, offices, micro-cinema and meeting rooms available for short and longer term hire.
Wide Angle offers a comprehensive range of services and resources to support Tasmanian filmmakers - we look forward to connecting with you!
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
As a cameraman/video producer with 12 years experience in the media industry. I have worked on a range of diverse projects eg. documentaries such Gourmet Farmer and Storm Surfers 3D. Travelling to remote Aboriginal communities with The National Museum of Australia - documenting the Encounters Project. Working with rock star Jon English to help save the devil campaign, even My Kitchen Rules and Ray Martin. My aspirations are to be recognized as a professional, and a leader in the industry of arts and media.