JOSHUA SEE IS A TORONTO BASED CINEMATOGRAPHER, FILMMAKER, AND BIOLOGIST
With formal training in the natural sciences and environmental visual journalism, I have worked for nearly a decade in remote locations in Africa, South Asia, Europe, the Caribbean, North America, and Central and South America. I am well equipped to navigate the challenges of telling compelling stories in difficult and changing conditions. I am adaptable, hard-working and ready to deliver results using creative problem solving.
As technology advances and the human and natural worlds shift into unknown places, two constants remain: the importance of impactful imagery and of good story. It is within these two classic realms that I anchor my work.
I am equally able to work on large collaborative projects as I am to direct, shoot, and create compelling content as a stripped down unit. My background in ecological field work gives me a unique advantage in filming wildlife and telling stories of the natural world.
Joshua has worked with various organizations including The Royal Ontario Museum, Alternatives Journal, Orion Magazine, WWF, The Globe and Mail, TVO, CBC, PBS, ARTE, Youth Without Shelter, ArtStarts and the Iwokrama Forest.
HIs latest collaboration includes cinematography, research, and consultation on The Messenger, a feature documentary premiering at Toronto’s Hot Docs festival in April 2015.
MY GEAR LIST IS CONSTANTLY SHIFTING, BUT CURRENTLY INCLUDES:
Canon C100 with RAW 10bit 4:2:2 1080p Atomos Ninja 2 recorder
Canon 5D Mark III and Mark II
Prime and zoom lenses over the standard range, including macro capabilities
Canon super-telephoto wildlife lenses
Location audio equipment
Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro editing capabilities