Mathew Knight is a cinematographer with twenty years experience across documentaries, drama series, commercials and feature films.
In his career he has shot documentaries for BBC World and National Geographic in exotic locales like China, Russia, Mongolia, Tibet and Vietnam.
He's been involved in massive blockbusters like 'The Avengers' and 'The Hobbit' and even worked with Spielberg on 'Tintin's Secret of the Unicorn'.
His feature cinematography credits include the amazing 'Pavlova Western' 'Good For Nothing', the confronting docu-drama 'Belief: The Possession of Janet Moses', and the 2015 orchestral concert film 'No Man's Land' for composer John Psathas.
But all of that pales in comparison to his time spent on 'The Watercooler' where he was cinematographer on episodes 'The Suitcase' and moody, claustrophobic 'The Sauna'.
How can he ever top that?