Nigel Markham has worked as a director and cinematographer for over 25 years. Among his credits as director are award winning documentaries such as the National Film Board’s “Pelts: The Politics of the Fur Trade”, “Hunters and Bombers”, and the Gemini award winner “Tommy: A Family Portrait”. As a cinematographer his credits include the Gemini award winning “Place of the Boss”, “Rain Drizzle and Fog”, “The Okimah”, “Changing Ground”, “The Fairy Faith” and “Salvation”. He has worked on numerous dramas and television series among them “The Republic of Doyle” and “Hatching Matching and Dispatching”. He lives in St. John’s, Newfoundland and is a member of the Newfoundland Independent Filmmaker’s Co-operative.