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Paddy Murray
Lighting Cameraman 
: Clonliffe Road, Ballybough, Dublin 1
0873667895
Currently based in Dublin
www.paddymurray.ie
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Irish-based lighting and cameraman Patrick Murray has ten years of experience in film and television production. Since graduating from Edinburgh University, Paddy has worked on a wide range of projects from feature films and natural history documentaries to television dramas and corporate productions.

Working as Technical Coordinator on the 2009 BBC Natural History Unit’s landmark ‘Human Planet’ series, Paddy has traveled the world, filming in some of the most hazardous working environments on Earth. With this wealth of technical experience and training behind him, Paddy takes every aspect of even the smallest shoot seriously in terms of not just production value and quality cinematography, but also safety and logistical considerations.

www.paddymurray.ie

Training:

BBC Risk Management of Production Part 1 & 2

BBC Safe Management of Live Events Part 1 & 2

BBC Production Research Course

BBC Location Sound Course

Centurion Hostile Environments and Emergency First Aid Training

Gear:
Kit is available to dry hire. Please call for a price guide.

Cameras:

The PMW-200 is the sucessor to Sony’s well respected PMW-EX1/R camcorder which supports the 50 Mbps MPEG HD422 codec and MXF recording. It is a good companion to the PMW-500 XDCAM HD422 shouldermount camera. With its three 1/2-inch Full HD Exmor CMOS sensor (1920Ч1280), the PMW-200 is able to achieve high resolution (1000 TVl), high sensitivity (F11@2000 lx), low noise (56 dB), and wide dynamic range. The PMW-200 can be used for both SD and HD applications. It can be set to record 50 Mbps MPEG HD422 as MXF files on UDF formatted cards just like the PMW-500 memory camcorder.

The PMW-EX1R is equipped with three newly developed 1/2-inch type Exmor™ CMOS Sensors, each with an effective pixel count of 1920 (H) x 1080 (V), which delivers excellent picture performance with full HD resolution.

1 x Hero3 GoPro plus Accessories

Lenses:

HJ22ex7.6B IASE A

Recent years have witnessed expansions in both HD production and the range of program genres. Within this environment the worldwide popularity of the HJ22ex7.6B lens as a flexible multipurpose lens exhibiting high optical performance and ease of operation has grown significantly. The combination of a generous 22x zoom ratio and a wide 7.6mm field of view meets numerous challenging productionapplications that include dramas, documentaries, sports, news etc. A newly developed digital drive unit has further streamlined the lens ergonomics to further empower camera operator shooting flexibility.

Lighting:

3 x point lighting kit

1 x Kino Flow

Various camera Top Lights

1 x Reflector

Audio:

Sennheiser ME-66 Boom Mic

Sennheiser G2-Radio Mic set

Sony Clip on Laper Mic

Grip:

1 x ROWE Cine Dolly

1 x Vinten PRO 5 Tripod

1 x Manfrotto 516 Tripod

1 x PAG Shoulder Brace

1 x Sony Shoulder Brace

Accessories:

2 x V-Lock Adaptors

1 x D-Tap to Highrose Adaptor

2 x Quick Release Plates

1 x Sony AV-VQ1050 Charger + Batteries

1 x DXA-4 Audio Channel



Awards:

Second Unit Director of Photography, First Unit Focus Puller: “Dach”

Blimey Productions, Scottish Screen, October 2007

Winner 2007 Scottish BAFTA Craft Award for Technical Excellence Film & TV Awards Director of Photography: “Fritz”

Blimey Productions March 2006

Nominated best new work Scottish BAFTA 2006
Key Credits
2009 - Technical Coordinator |
Working closely with many specialist Camera Operators and Directors to design a tailor-made set of filming equipment across the series
Director: Nick Brown
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