Joe is a multi award-winning cinematographer and principal of Stormfront Film and Natural History Australia TV – founded in 1998 and 2012 respectively. Over the past decade, Joe has photographed, filmed and produced wide-ranging projects for Federal and State Governments - as well as the private sector. He continues to provide National and International broadcasters with a diverse range of high quality plate imagery and stock - all shot in ultra high definition. Joe is a full member of the Australian Cinematographers Society who specialises in aerial filming - conducting close to 100 aerial shoots over the past decade.
His broadcast screen credits include –
Director of Photography - The Oldest Living Tasmanian – The Huon Pine – ABC TV
Aerials Director of Photography - The Voyage that Shook the World – ABC TV
Aerials Director of Photography, Second unit Camera - Stories from the Stone Age - ABC TV and International Broadcast
Aerials location scout and coordinator - The Hunter – International Theatrical Feature Release
Second Unit Camera - Devil Diary - Animal Planet Channel
Second Unit Camera - Living Edens – Tasmania Land of the Devils – American PBS and International Broadcast
Second Unit Camera - Testing Taklo - SBS TV
Short film credits include –
Director of Photography - Slashed
Camera Assistant - Stripped Bare, Room at the Top of the Stairs
Camera Operator - Showing the Ropes, Bear and Knit One
Attachment to the camera department, on Roger Scholes’ SBS tele-movie – Cable
Messages from the Tarkine, was produced and filmed by Joe and screened in Hobart, Melbourne, and Adelaide. It also screened at the Australian High Commission in New York, as part of the World Environment In Focus Campaign.