MARK ESPLIN is an experienced cameraman editor working for international media organisations, producing news packages, live broadcast, current affairs feature stories and documentary programs.
He is currently employed as a full time staff photojournalist for CNN International.
Photojournalist. CNN International. Paris, France
Full-time cameraman and editor covering international news and feature stories.
Freelance Cameraman, Editor, Field Producer. Istanbul, Turkey
Duties include: breaking news coverage, live broadcasts, news packaging, current affairs feature stories, long and short form documentaries, online feature stories, video editing, field producing, photojournalism, commercial DOP, NGO advocacy campaigns.
Contributing to: CBS 60 Minutes, CBS News, PBS Newshour, ABC Foreign Correspondent, ABC News, Vice on HBO, RTL News Germany, RTL Nieuws Holland, ZDF, NOS Nieuwsuur, CGTN International (CCTV International), Vice news, Rai News, The New York Times, Code Nast, The Telegraph, The Huffington Post, World Food Program, UN Women, CARE, The Radcliffe Foundation, Amnesty International.
Video Editor and Cameraman. The Brunei Times, Brunei
Duties Include: Head of department, online development, multimedia programing, daily news packages, feature stories, video editing, team management, overseeing of production.
Photojournalist, Cameraman, Editor. Human Rights Law Network, New Delhi, India
Duties Include: Cameraman, editing, photojournalism, field production, overseeing video and photo advocacy campaigns.
MA International Multimedia Journalism. University of Bolton – Beijing Foreign Studies University. Beijing, China
BA Hons Documentary Photography, 2:1. University of Wales Newport. Newport, UK