Robin Cox: Lighting Cameraman
Robin is a Royal Television Society Award-winning and many times BAFTA nominated cameraman with an extraordinary wealth of experience in drama, documentary and natural history. Robin won the Best Cinematography Prize at the Rain Dance Film Festival for his work on "The Imitators" feature film.
Robin has worked in over 50 countries including the Arctic, Japan, China, Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, Nigeria and Brazil. Credits for the BBC include “The Human Planet”, "The British Isles", "Monsters We Met", "Wild China" and "Unknown Africa".
Documentary credits for Channel Four include "God is Black", "The Doomsday Code" and “Inside Nature’s Giants.”
Currently, Robin is shooting a feature length documentary in the Arctic for cinematic release and is one of the main photographers on the BBC EARTH’S up-coming feature film, “Enchanted Kingdom 3D”. He worked with director, Andrew Graham-Brown on National Geographic and SKY 3D’s “Meerkats 3D” (Oxford Scientific Films production) which was a Best 3D Film finalist at the Jackson Wildlife Film Festival 2011 and is currently nominated for Best 3D Film, Wildscreen, Oct 2012.
Robin is extremely well versed in HD and 16/35mm cinematography. He has a wealth of experience filming on Red and Epic cameras having being the first cameraman in the world to shoot a wildlife film on the revolutionary Red One camera. He has worked on countless AGB Films productions including “The Wild Places of Essex” and “Panda Makers”.