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Jamie Quantrill is a cinematographer of award winning fiction, non-fiction, artist moving image, commercials and music video. His early career was spent making experimental films in 16mm, Super8mm and Hi8 video at art school (BA Hons Fine Art Intermedia). He graduated in 2001 and spent his first ten years in the film industry working as a video editor and camera operator as part of several successful production companies. During this time he continued to write, direct, produce, and edit his own unique short films and video installations and collaborate with a variety of artist filmmakers. He moved behind the camera in 2011, taking with him an experienced editorial eye for storytelling and an intuitive approach to image making. His work has been widely exhibited on broadcast media, at international film festivals, in museums, cultural institutions, and galleries around the world.

His most recent credits as a cinematographer include the fiction feature film ‘Alba’ (2022) directed by Daniel J Sayer and the 2021 Jarman Award nominated short fiction film 'Quarantaine' (2020) directed by artist Georgina Starr, Video installations 'The Teachers' (2019) & ‘Felt Tip' (2018) for Turner Prize winning artist Elizabeth Price, documentaries 'Listening in the Dark' (2018) & 'An Excavation' (2022) for FVU/Jerwood Award winning filmmaker Maeve Brennan and 'Moose Latitudes' (2022) for artist filmmaker Michèle Noach, and the livestream music performance 'A Celebration of Endings' (2020) for Biffy Clyro directed by Oscar Sansom and 'Glasgow' (2021) the official music video for the Number 1 selling album band The Snuts, directed by Michael Sherrington.