Neil Harvey 

 

Neil is a BAFTA-nominated documentary cameraman who has worked on some of British television’s most prestigious productions, and with some of its brightest talent – including the brainy (Andrew Marr, Simon Schama), the funny (Bill Bailey, Lisa Kudrow), and the absurdly famous (George Michael, Meg Ryan).

But Neil doesn’t just do “names”: he was embedded with British and US forces when they invaded Iraq (‘Life and Death in the War Zone’ and ‘Fighting The War’), infiltrated armed gangs in El Salvador (‘18 With a Bullet’).

While documentary is Neil’s passion, he has recently worked on acclaimed one-off dramas starring, amongst others, David Walliams, Prunella Scales and Andrew Sachs :-A field he is looking forward to exploring further.

A graduate from Salisbury College of Art with a degree in Photography, his real training has of course come from an eighteen year career that has encompassed numerous awards and and a body of work on which Neil is continuing to build in a constantly evolving production environment.

AWARDS
2016 Winner Charlie Hebdo: Three Days That Shook Paris. Popular Factual Broadcast Programme, Broadcast Digital Awards
2015 Official Selection Toronto International Film Festival for Being AP
2013 Official Selection Toronto International Film Festival for In Real Life
2013 Nominee Best Arts Documentary, Notes From The Inside with James Rhodes, Grierson Awards
2013 Nominee Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue, Grierson Awards. The Life and Loss of Karen Woo
2012 RTS Nomination Best Documentary “The Life & Loss Of Karen Woo”
2010 BAFTA Nomination Best Factual Photography “Andrew Marr’s Making of Modern Britain”
2009 Winner BAFTA Best Special Factual Series – Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain
2009 Winner Grierson Award Best Series – Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain
2009 Winner RTS Award Best Series – Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain
2007 Winner Royal Television Society Outstanding Achievement In Craft – The Lost Gospels
2007 Royal Television Society Nomination Best Factual Photography – The Tank Man
2007 Winner Cine Golden Eagle Award -18 With A Bullet
2007 Winner Insight Award – 18 With A Bullet