Andrew Stankovich

Andrew Stankovich is one of Australia’s ‘new wave’ cinematographers and Steadicam operators.

He has worked on some of Australia’s better known productions and movies, capturing video and film images for some of Australia’s better known TV programs, TVCs, corporate productions and music clips. Along the way, Andrew has developed Vital Image, a production company which has acquired top-range video cameras, steadicams and other film/video making equipment -and has developed a wealth of good contacts with the best people in the film, video and communications industries. The following is just some of his credits and awards:

Television credits: 2006 Commonwealth Games TWI; 2005 AFL Final Series Ten; Fox Sports; Discovery Channel; Channel [V]; Ten Motorsport; Ten News - Inside Edition; Entertainment Tonight US; National Nine News; Getaway; 60 Minutes; A Current Affair

Production credits: DOP for the following - “SA Great” - 2004 - 2006 Ad campaign; “December Boys” - - EPK and behind the scenes documentary; “Seventy Something” - documentary; Bank of America - Asian Market Report, Hong Kong; “Feeling Good” - 2005-06, lifestyle series

Steadicam Operator for - “Yuri Shima” - Drama Feature 16 mm; “3 - 4 - Ever” - SAFC 16mm Feature; “Emerging Artists” - SA Government, Dept. of Arts 2001; “Alexandra’s Project” - SAFC 35mm Feature (Assistant); “McLeod’s Daughters” - drama series

Awards include:
2000 - ARIA Best Rock Video, Madison Avenue –“Don’t call me Baby”; 2001 - ACS Gold Corporate, “Emerging Artists”; 2003 - ACS Highly commended Promos, “Air”; 2005 - ACS Highly commended Commercials “SA Great - When I grow up”

Andrew's full CV is too large to include in a single web page; if you'd like to see more, Andrew's CV in full is available as a PDF download. (354KB)


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