Director of Cinematography
Sea Image Productions
Decades of experience in freelance cinematography, adventure TV series and documentary production.
Spanning 30 years of experience, Emmy Award winning cinematographer Clint Hempsall has worked on over 60 documentaries and hundreds of international and domestic television programs using many formats including Canon 4K, Red, XDCAM HD, and HDCAM. Clint has also shot many TVC, corporate and educational projects for a variety of highly reputable clientele.
Driven by a passion for filming underwater natural history, Clint is one of Australia’s most experienced and creative underwater cinematographers, and a professional diver with over 8,500 dives. On remote location documentary projects requiring a small crew, Clint is capable of filming both the above water and underwater content.
Filming projects have taken him throughout the Great Barrier Reef, around Australia, and across the Pacific including Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Japan, Tonga and Truk Lagoon. Whether the purpose of the shoot is scientific research, indigenous culture, maritime history, adventure, tourism, or underwater natural history, Clint is committed to getting the best possible image on every single shoot, a promise he has kept with his clients time and time again.
Clint has worked with many networks, production companies and clients on over 800 projects.
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Clint has been involved in countless award-winning documentaries. He was involved in the underwater shoot for National Geographic's 'Great Migrations', which won the Emmy in 2011.