Paul Cox

Director of Photography

This clip includes extracts from the award winning China documentary series photographed by Paul Cox and directed by Jonathan Lewis. It was shot in high definition as a co-production for BBC, PBS and Granada International. Also included are scenes from Frank Simmonds' Organ Farm - an award-winning 3 part investigation into the secret, billion-dollar world of xeno-transplantation made for PBS and ITV.

Paul Cox has been a freelance lighting cameraman and director of photography for over 20 years. Having completed an honours degree in music, he served his film-making apprenticeship at Thames Television, where he worked across a wide spectrum of programmes from drama to current affairs and acted as both camera assistant and cameraman to many well known directors and producers, including Michael Winterbottom, Stephen Frears, Alan Parker and Richard Attenborough.

Since starting his freelance career in 1991, Paul Cox has worked on a wide range of documentary, current affairs and factual programmes for most broadcasters including BBC, ITV, Channel Four and Channel Five. He is experienced in shooting most high def and standard def video formats. Paul Cox has easy access to most cameras which he can supply at competitive rates if required.

He has also filmed and edited shows and promos for theatre, music and dance companies and collaborated with various artists on film projects including Jane Boyd and Steve Dilworth.


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