Guanaco // Torres del Paine, Chile

-  imaginative by nature  -



"All truths wait in all things."   //  Walt Whitman


// is an Emmy Award-winning wildlife cinematographer who has filmed in many of the planet’s most wild and inspirational environments.  Beyond natural history, his experience spans a wide range of production — from live television, human interest stories, commericals and independent feature film to leading-edge virtual reality technology.

"I'm in continuous awe of our planet - the power of its harshest environments - the diversity of cultures - and the ever-changing motion, unpredictability and allure of the wild.


That's why I point the camera.  Cinematography is a tool to translate that inspiration - to create the shots, find the moments and dedicate to the telling of the story as it unfolds.


I carry this approach on assignments around the planet - from the floating villages of Vietnam to frozen Arctic seas, beneath the waves of the world's oceans and into our own backyards."




"Sex, Lies and Butterflies"  PBS Nature  // Mozambique, Peru, US

"The Last Polar Bear"   Intel  // Norway

"Sing-Sing Festival in Virtual Reality"   NextVR  // Papua New Guinea

"Loch Ness"   Animal Planet  // Scotland, Ireland

"The Darien Gap"   Tangled Bank  // Colombia, Panama

"Passage to Mars"   NASA  // Canadian High Arctic

"Midway"   Vulcan  // Pacific Ocean

"Life Below Zero"   BBC/National Geographic  // Alaska

"Super Hummingbirds"   PBS Nature  // Colombia, Costa Rica, Desert Southwest

Great White // Mexico

Elusive Puffins // Hebrides, Scotland


Shooting Aerials // Alaska

Musician // Papua New Guinea

Sleeping Sloths // Panama

Potential Car // Outback, Australia

Epic 360VR // Grand Tetons

Leaving Hebron // Israel


Mark Carroll


Life is better connected.  So, get in touch to discuss your next project.


Figure out how to pull off an impossible shot, tell an untold story, or just brainstorm the next wild idea.

Mark Carroll

cinematographer © Mark Carroll 2019