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Nick Matthews

Nick Matthews born 23 December 1972, in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, is an Australian based cinematographer and film producer. He studied filmmaking in Australia at Flinders University before moving to Europe in 1998 where he worked on productions such as the Steven Spielberg/Tom Hanks produced HBO series Band of Brothers and the Hugh Grant movie About a Boy, directed by the Weitz Brothers. In 2001 he returned to Australia and has since photographed Alex Frayne's feature film Modern Love (film) (ACS silver award, Best Foreign Film, European IF festival, Paris, 2006), Murali Thalluri's 2:37 (official selection at Cannes, Toronto, 2006, and an ACS gold award) which he also co-edited and co-produced, as well as the 2nd unit and "B" camera on Greg Reid’s thriller Like Minds starring Toni Colette and Richard Roxborough. Nick also photographed Anthony Maras' AFC funded shorts Azadi (AFI nominated for best short and a golden tripod at the 2006 ACS awards) and his latest film Spike Up, which stars Marcus Graham.

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