No results.

Indigo Zoom Productions

Director of Photography Marcus O'Brien captures motion & time-lapse imagery for telling stories in documentaries, television, commercials & film. Owner / operator of Movi M10 cinema kit including Canon 1DC and Canon cinema prime lenses. Contact:

  1. SURFER - behind the scenes

    A behind the scenes look at the making of 'SURFER' shot using the MŌVI M10 handheld stabilized camera gimbal.


    BTS footage: Eric Downer

  2. Music Video - Woman Like You

    ONE SHOT MUSIC VIDEO captured using the MõVI M10

    Artist: William Crighton,
    Track: Woman like You,
    Equip: Môvi M10 / Canon 1DC, Canon 24mm Cinema Prime, Heden Carat follow focus

    Artist: William Crighton
    Female Lead: Julieanne Crighton
    Director/Writer/Producer: Adrian Brown (
    DOP/Movi operator: Marcus O’Brien (
    Stylist: Cherith Crozier (
    First AC/Digital: John Kung (
    Movi Assit: Luke Carroll (
    Make up: Jemima Seaman (
    Location: Carol & Neil (Junee Chocolate Factory:

  3. Australian Time-lapse Montage 2012

    Featuring 3-axis motion control & static sequences captured in Melbourne, Sydney + Lake Eyre in South Australia;

    Cityscape from building rooftop, Shrine of Remembrance, various CBD locations, St Kilda, Flinders St Station, 2012 Australian Open Tennis (Rod Laver Arena), Eureka Tower, Rooftop Bar (with outdoor cinema), Parliement House

    Sculptures By The Sea, North Bondi, Bradleys Head, Mrs Macquaries Chair, Sydney Opera House during Vivid Sydney Festival

    All 3-axis motion control moves captured using the Camblock:

    For stock footage enquiries or contact regarding time-lapse assignments please email


    Track: To Build A Home
    Artist: The Cinematic Orchestra


    Morgan Bowman operates a river cruise with a difference; jumping salt water crocodiles.

    In the 'top end' of Australia not far from Kakadu National Park (World Heritage listed area) is the Adelaide River, home to the largest of all living reptiles numbering between 100,000 + 200,000 that grow six meters PLUS weighing up to 1300kg.

    These prehistoric behemoths are the most feared animal on this continent - Great White Sharks come in a close second in most Aussie's 'shitballs' scale.

    You cannot get ANY closer to these beasts in the wild (unless your having a really bad day) Morgan's cruise is like no other - viewing the croc's amongst their wild habitat, up really really close, simply a jaw dropping experience. The bloke in the red cap at 2:36 confirms this.

    Large adult saltwater crocodiles eat kangaroos, wild boar, dingos, goannas, birds, domestic livestock, pets, humans, water buffalo and even sharks. Some bear the scars of their encounters - the croc @ 0:55 is missing his front right leg!

    No visit to Darwin / Kakadu National Park / The Northern Territory is complete without Morgan's unique MONSTER jumping croc cruise;




    Trained at Parsons School of Design in New York Master Goldsmith KARO RAINER creates exquisite pieces in her Sydney based studio.

    As Karo believes 'making jewellery is when time stops and magic happens.'

    Shot by Marcus O'Brien using a Canon 1D Mark IV in low light using 14mm, 16-35mm, 70-200mm Canon L-Series lenses, 100mm macro & Glidetrack.

    If you'd like to contact KARO please use

  6. ANZAC

    On 25 April every year, Australians commemorate ANZAC Day. It commemorates the landing of Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915.
    ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. In 1917, the word ANZAC meant someone who fought at Gallipoli and later it came to mean any Australian or New Zealander who fought or served in the First World War. During the Second World War, ANZAC Day became a day on which the lives of all Australians lost in war time were remembered. The spirit of ANZAC recognizes the qualities of courage, mateship and sacrifice which were demonstrated at the Gallipoli landing.

    The landing at Gallipoli was seen as a story of courage and endurance amongst death and despair, in the face of poor leadership from London, and unsuccessful strategies. War correspondents, such as Charles Bean, hailed the Australians for their dash in attack and doggedness in defence and the ANZAC legend was born.