Max Brill
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Max Brill

Director of PhotographyLondon, United Kingdom
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Max Brill

Director of PhotographyLondon, United Kingdom
About me
UK based DP and lighting camera operator. Looking to shoot more narrative work and discover new relationships with directors and producers.
Projects
  • Walls of Darkness
    Walls of DarknessA short film shot by me, written by and co-starring Michael Spicer With Tom Bell, Lizzie Daykin, Melle Stewart Produced by Charlie Laurie Directed by Sami Abusamra
  • Shook
    ShookShook Written by Samuel Bailey Directed by George Turvey & James Bobin Cast Josef Davies Josh Finan Andrea Hall Ivan Oyik During lockdown I have the privilege to bring this fine piece of theatre to the screen. It was amazing to be in front of live performance again and totally reminded me of how much I missed it. Jessie Green in The New York Times review described my lighting as "grim". Considering its set in a prison I'm guessing that was an appropriate complement Shot on Ursa mini G2 with
  • RELX
    RELXBranded content for RELX Director: Louis Ellison Producer: Andrew Harrison DOP: Max Brill Gaffer: Richard Scott Editor: Dan Higginson Colourist: Mark Meadows Sound Mix: Adam Gazla
  • Introducing: S Cargo
    Introducing: S CargoComedy sketch Written & Performed by Jack Barry & Henry Perryment Directed & Edited by Kyle Jon Shephard Director of Photography Max Brill Colourist Alex Dow Sound Design & Mix Ben Brannan Audio
  • Sugarcane - Midland Girls
    Sugarcane - Midland GirlsDirector - Archie Proudfoot Director of photography - Max Brill Hair and makeup - Sophie Russel Editor - Erin Hopkins Colourist - Alex Dow
  • I Travel For Escapism - with Aj Odudu for Refinery29
    I Travel For Escapism - with Aj Odudu for Refinery29We travel for many different reasons. For some of us, it’s a chance to reset our mind and body. For others, it’s a thirst for adventure. For AJ Odudu however, it’s a desire for something completely different that gets her out of the city and onto planes, trains and automobiles to unexplored destinations. For her latest trip, she’s headed to the Cotswolds for a spot of escapism. On the surface it might not seem like an obvious destination for a millennial weekend away, but hold on a second there;
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Projects credited in
  • International Woolmark Prize 2020
    International Woolmark Prize 2020Directors cut featuring the work of A-cold-wall*, Bode, Botter, Blindness, Feng Chen Wang, GmbH, Ludovic de Saint Sernin, Matthew Adams Dolan, Namacheko & Richard Malone. Director: Martin Senyszak DoP: Max Brill Agency: Superimpose Production: Superimpose * Assistant director: Benjamin Bowe-Carter B Camera operator / gimbal: Jan Vaceanu-Staicov 1st assistant camera: Raúl Menéndez & Ondrej Rybar 2nd assistant camera: Márcia Sousa * Sound recordist: Rob Taliesin Owen & Andrei Leskovski DIT: A
  • House Rules for Schon! Magazine
    House Rules for Schon! Magazine
  • International Woolmark Prize 2020: Announcement discussion
    International Woolmark Prize 2020: Announcement discussionA discussion between the finalists of the 2020 International Woolmark Prize talking about sustainability and their practice and approach. Featuring A-COLD-WALL*, BLINDNESS, Bode, BOTTER, Feng Chen Wang, GmbH, Ludovic de Saint Sernin, Matthew Adams Dolan, Namacheko & Richard Malone.
  • A Day in The Life
    A Day in The LifeA Superhero mockumentary that tells the story of a fallen hero 'The Nightman' who tries to reinvent himself after a deadly failed attempt to save the life of thousands that cost him his job and his reputation. Directed and edited by Alessio Paratore, Written and produced by Matt Camfield, DOP and filming by Max Brill, Acted by Elizabeth West and James Rutherford, Score and Sound by Tim Gomersàll, Camera Assistant Annabella Casabury, Runner Tom Lafferty
  • Green Party
    Green Party
  • Schön! Magazine - House Rules
    Schön! Magazine - House RulesAW18 fashion film, for Schön! Magazine. Directed by Martin Senyszak, Styled by Joanna Valmai Wills, Cinematography by Max Brill