Cinematographer + Director working in Meat Market
Vincent is a cinematographer and film director. As a cinematographer he shoots in the documentary, drama and music genres for independent as well as broadcast productions. As a director, Vincent’s films focus on social / intercultural issues.
He holds an undergraduate degree in music from La Trobe University and post-graduate diplomas in both Documentary from the VCA (University of Melbourne) and Cinematography from AFTRS.
In 2008 he won the Documentary Australia Foundation Award for his film Intervention, later broadcast on ABC-TV as the highest rating program for its’ time slot in 2009.
Vincent teaches storytelling and filmmaking from Cape York to Open Channel in Melbourne to the town camps of Alice Springs where he lived for many years. In 2011 a resultant short film Bus Stop won Best Film at the Fist Full of Films Festival.
Vincent has recently been shooting feature documentaries in PNG, Kakadu and Melbourne and is currently directing his own documentary on the issue of domestic violence.