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Jamie Quantrill is a cinematographer working in drama, documentary, artist moving image, commercials & music video. Having graduated art school in 2001 he spent his first twelve years in the film industry working as a senior video editor, producer and writer/director as part of several successful production companies. His work during this period was exhibited on broadcast platforms, at film festivals and screenings world wide. His most recent work as a cinematographer include fiction feature films ‘Hit the North’ (2016) and ‘Alba’ (2019) directed by Daniel J Sayer and the short fiction film 'Quarantaine' (2019) directed by artist Georgina Starr, video installations 'The Teachers' (2019) & ‘Felt Tip' (2018) for Turner Prize winning artist Elizabeth Price and ‘Likeness’(2018) & ‘Joanne’(2016) for artist Simon Fujiwara, and the documentaries 'Listening in the Dark' (2018) for FVU/Jerwood Award winning filmmaker Maeve Brennan and 'Moose Latitudes'(2020) for artist filmmaker Michéle Noach.