Robin Whenary Director of Photography

McKinney Macartney

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Photo by Amit Gupta

A graduate of the UK's National Film & Television School, Robin's TV drama credits include 'Doctor Who', 'Call The Midwife', 'Champion', 'Ackley Bridge', 'Delicious' and 'We're Doomed! The Dad's Army Story'.

​Feature films include Matthew Hope's 'All the Devil's Men' starring Milo Gibson ('Hackshaw Ridge') and Sylvia Hoeks ('Blade Runner 2049'), Amit Gupta's 'One Crazy Thing' and Martin Stitt's award-winning 'Love Me Do'.

Short films include Jamie Stone's 'Orbit Ever After' (BAFTA-nominated & Encounters Grand Prix winner) and 'Skyborn' (nominated for a Student Academy Award, BIFA & Golden Tadpole at Camerimage), Annetta Laufer's award-winning 'Scarlet', 'Afro Punk Girl' & 'The Arrival', and BAFTA-winner Caroline Bartleet's 'Rachel' starring Jodie Whittaker. Paudie Baggott's 'Rip to the Rescue!' won the Donal Gilligan Award for Best Cinematography in a Short Film at the Galway Film Fleadh 2019.

Robin's passion for cinema grew out of an early love of photography and theatre, and he began making his own short films in the Devon countryside where he grew up. After a First Class BA in Ancient History, he started to shoot films for other directors, which led him to take an MA in Cinematography at the NFTS.

A lover of film history, Robin relishes embracing different approaches to visual storytelling and the varying needs and styles of each project and director, always inspired by the emotions of the story and characters. 

Photo by David Copeland