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John Ingle

Director, Cinematographer, Editor

Based in London, UK


hello@johningle.co.uk

+44 (0) 7743 342275

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John Ingle is an award winning director, editor

and cinematographer. He graduated from Kingston

University, London with a commendation in moving

image and a 1st class degree in graphic design.



In May 2016 John was invited to attend the

New Frontier Lab at the Sundance Institute in Utah.

The week long programme is a dynamic initiative

created to identify and foster independent artists

working at the convergence of film, art, media,

live performance, music and technology.



John's debeut short film, Stolen, was featured on

TV on NYFA: Top Five, which aired on the 25th of

January 2015, where he was awarded Top Young

Director by the NYFA. In 2014 he was awarded

a D&AD award within moving image.



 

Mountains


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Mountains


Cycle to MIPIM


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Cycle to MIPIM


Peaches and Bleach


A music video for the Carnabys, Peaches and Bleach. Watch the Carnabys ruin their own music video as they each have conflicting opinions about what should happen in it.

Filmed on the Sony FS7.

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Peaches and Bleach


A music video for the Carnabys, Peaches and Bleach. Watch the Carnabys ruin their own music video as they each have conflicting opinions about what should happen in it.

Filmed on the Sony FS7.

Enigma Bikes


Enigma make beautiful hand crafted bikes of exceptional quality. We represented the Enigma brand through a beautifully raw, yet well refined video that connects with the customer though an aspirational lifestyle. 

Music Produced by The Futz Butler.

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Enigma Bikes


Enigma make beautiful hand crafted bikes of exceptional quality. We represented the Enigma brand through a beautifully raw, yet well refined video that connects with the customer though an aspirational lifestyle. 

Music Produced by The Futz Butler.

Data Shadow


Artist Mark Farid's Data Shadow installation aims to encourage the public to question the privacy they sacrifice by using an internet connected mobile phone. Just what are you agreeing to share? Data Shadow was an individual experience (one participant at a time), taking place in a 8 x 2m shipping container in central Cambridge. During their journey through the container, the participant came face to face with their own, personal data shadow.

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Data Shadow


Artist Mark Farid's Data Shadow installation aims to encourage the public to question the privacy they sacrifice by using an internet connected mobile phone. Just what are you agreeing to share? Data Shadow was an individual experience (one participant at a time), taking place in a 8 x 2m shipping container in central Cambridge. During their journey through the container, the participant came face to face with their own, personal data shadow.

Where I'd Rather Be


A music video for the Carnabys, Where I'd Rather Be. A film about a group of vigilante paramedics know as the angles in green. 

Filmed on a Black Magic Production Camera and emulated to Kodak GOLD 400 film by VSCO.

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Where I'd Rather Be


A music video for the Carnabys, Where I'd Rather Be. A film about a group of vigilante paramedics know as the angles in green. 

Filmed on a Black Magic Production Camera and emulated to Kodak GOLD 400 film by VSCO.

Stolen



Over the course of a month, we wired tables all over London with a microphone. Duck-taped to the bottom of table, we stole peoples stories. This film, is one of
those stories. 

Shot in RAW using Magic Lanten on a Canon 5DMKIII.

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Stolen



Over the course of a month, we wired tables all over London with a microphone. Duck-taped to the bottom of table, we stole peoples stories. This film, is one of
those stories. 

Shot in RAW using Magic Lanten on a Canon 5DMKIII.

Natasha Blades A/W 15


A/W 15 is a fashion collection from Natasha Blades which focuses largely on the idea of being disconnected from the technicalities and complexities of our over developed western world. 

The direction of the film helps to emphasise the nomadic theme with a contemporary twist; stripping back the simplicity of the cat walk and letting only the location determine context. 

Filmed on a Red Epic, using slow motion to accentuate the movement, flow and textures.

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Natasha Blades A/W 15


A/W 15 is a fashion collection from Natasha Blades which focuses largely on the idea of being disconnected from the technicalities and complexities of our over developed western world. 

The direction of the film helps to emphasise the nomadic theme with a contemporary twist; stripping back the simplicity of the cat walk and letting only the location determine context. 

Filmed on a Red Epic, using slow motion to accentuate the movement, flow and textures.

Seeing I


Seeing I is a social-artistic experiment that questions
how much of the individual is an inherent personality and how large a portion of the individual is a cultural identity. For 24 hours a day for 28 days, Mark Farid will wear a Virtual Reality Headset through which he will experience life through another person’s eyes and ears; who for this project will be known as the Input.

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Seeing I


Seeing I is a social-artistic experiment that questions
how much of the individual is an inherent personality and how large a portion of the individual is a cultural identity. For 24 hours a day for 28 days, Mark Farid will wear a Virtual Reality Headset through which he will experience life through another person’s eyes and ears; who for this project will be known as the Input.

Veuve Cliquot


Shot on Location in Reims France. Veuve Cliquot and Fine Wine Magazine take us behind the scenes of making the original Rosé Champagne.

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Veuve Cliquot


Shot on Location in Reims France. Veuve Cliquot and Fine Wine Magazine take us behind the scenes of making the original Rosé Champagne.