Dougie Mackie is one of the most trusted freelancers in the business. He began his career as a Radio Announcer, working full-time from the age of 17 on a popular Night-show in New Zealand. In 2004 he relocated to London where he studied film production, working professionally as a freelance lighting camera operator from 2007.
Over recent years, Dougie has solidified his reputation and confirmed the breadth of his talents with the expansion of roles as a producer and director. In 2014 he directed, shot and edited a feature-length documentary for the west end musical "Miss Saigon". The following year he was single-handedly responsible for capturing all documentary narratives for Michael Bublé's feature film "Tour Stop 148", which was subsequently released in cinemas worldwide.
Honed on a global scale, it is this commercial expertise and artistic proficiency that Dougie brings to the Australasian market and his clients. Whether you are looking for a director, lighting camera operator or video editor, Dougie can tailor his services and aesthetic to suit your specific needs and projects.
To find out more about what working together might look like, contact Dougie today.