Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org James Ducker is a London based Director of Photography. Most of his work has been shot in the UK but he has also traveled the world to countries such as Diego Garcia, Costa Rica, Bahrain & Norway working for clients such as The Royal Marines, Royal Navy, Adidas, Atlantic Records, Unilever, Knorr, Porsche and many more. James Ducker started out with a passion for 35mm film photography on his dads Minolta-X700 developing his own film, burning and dodging his shots within the darkrooms at school. During his time at university James stepped into cinematography shooting music videos for local bands with the Canon 5D whilst studying photography. After years of working on multiple sets down in London James Ducker then went on to do his MA in cinematography at MET Film School in Ealing. Since then James has been freelancing as a DOP shooting multiple award winning narratives/BAFTA qualifying and feature films. You can check more of his work out at www.jducker.com. https://jducker.com/showreel
- The Sprint KingDOP - Multi award winning 60' teaser 'The Sprint King'. The film is currently in preproduction into being made a feature. This is a true family story based on a mans struggle into becoming a Guinness record breaking jockey. 5* review on DavidReviews here: http://www.davidreviews.tv/Work/Short_Films_The_Sprint_King/
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- Lighting Design
- Camera Operation
- Final Cut Pro
- Music Videos
- Studio Lighting
MA CinematographyMet Film School
- London, United Kingdom
My final piece "The Sprint King" (https://vimeo.com/167284366 - Only a 60 sec teaser available at the moment as it's in pre production to be made into a feature) caught much attention and won me many awards leading onto bigger and better things.
BA(Hons) Photography Contemporary PracticeNorthumbria University
- Newcastle-under-Lyme, United Kingdom
A fine art course based on photography. However using the Canon 5D models and being able to film movement instead of just stills led me to cinematography.