Mark Jackson

London, UK

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ABOUT

I'm an award-winning London based filmmaker. I have a very broad-range of experience working on TV, commercials, brand, corporate and creative short films.

I have particularly strong skills in post-production and regularly work as a Editor and Motion Graphics artist. And I also have a good track record on comedy work and have edited numerous full series for Channel 4 and Sky TV, as well as making numerous viral films for big brands and self-produced short film work.

I am also an experienced lighting cameraman I own a comprehensive range of cameras, lighting and sound kit so can be ready to start shooting at very short notice. I trade via my VAT registered company Jackson Film Ltd. 

AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

 

Stripped (short film)

Over 181 million YouTube views

Last Bus Home (short film)

Over 2 million YouTube views

Doomsday Ready (short film)

Winner of the Best Low Budget Short Film at the London Short Film Festival

Samsung S8+ / Chicken Connoisseur

Winner at the DADI Awards.

Over 3 million Facebook views in a week.

RSPB '#letnaturesing' Music Video

Reaches No.18 in the charts and featured on Sky & BBC News

Cat (short film)

Winner 2nd Place at the Lockdown Film Festival 2020

Wicked Friday Night (short film)

Official selection at a BAFTA and BIFA affiliated film festival. Winner on a British Comedy Guide video contest 2021


Oddbins '#WhatTheFox'

Comedy Central - 'this year's funniest, weirdest, best Xmas ad'

Adweek - 'The Year's Weirdest Holiday Ad'

Skittles - Build The Rainbow

Silver at the IVCA Awards for Best Brand Communication


Vamousse - TVC

Best Marketing Campaign on a Small Budget (SMART Awards) Pharmacy Product of the Year (Independent Pharmacy Awards)

Best Marketing Campaign on a small budget (OTC Marketing Awards) 


IceLolly - TVC

Winner of the Best Budget TV Advertisement Campaign at the Travel Marketing Awards.

Bad Words (comedy short)

Winner Best Micro Comedy Short at the Berlin Flash Film Festival


'The Dark Hunter’ (Feature Film)

One of the lowest budget British films to get distribution