Key Teaching Staff

Mark Carey

School: Northern Film School / Leeds Beckett University (NFS/LBU)
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Major Achievements: Mark began his visual career as a widely-published reportage photographer before studying Cinematography at the National Film and Television School in the early 1990s. He joined the Northern Film School in 2012. His cinematography has taken him all over the world working on a variety of genres, including dramas, commercials, documentaries, music videos and viral videos. Many of his projects have been critically acclaimed and award winning; BAFTA, Royal Television Society, Broadcast, Promax and Grierson awards among others.

Mark continues to shoot regularly, with recent projects including two period dramas for artist Jasmina Cibic’s Pavilion Of Slovenia at the 2013 Venice Biennale. Additional cinematography on; Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi’s documentary The 50 Year Argument which premiered in 2014 at the Sheffield Doc/Fest; Alex Gibney’s Finding Fela, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2013; and on We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks, which was nominated for a BAFTA in 2014.

Other credits include the documentaries Saying It For The Girls (BAFTA finalist), and China Power: The Great Chinese Art Revolution (C4 True Stories, HDFEST winner), the dramas Life for Daniel and Cash in Hand and many commercials and music clips.

As a Cinematographer, Mark has a strong interest in the emerging role of the Director of Imaging. Since arriving at the Northern Film School, he has brought students on a number of his shoots and overseen a major camera and lighting re-equipment programme. He has gained the PGCHE University Lecturers post-graduate qualification, been awarded Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and has been nominated for three teaching awards by his students.

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