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- Beijing Olympic Helicopter Cameraman
For the second time in twenty years, Laurie K. Gilbert was invited by an Olympic Host Broadcaster to bring his specialist offshore cinematography skills to a sailing venue and this time provide helicopter aerial camera support for the global television coverage of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Sailing Regatta.
|Client||International Olympic Organising Committee|
- The Amazing Race #3 - Vietnam
Working as part of an international camera team for Crea TV, Laurie K. Gilbert shot cultural material and contestant arrival coverage in Vietnam for the third series of the American reality television programme, The Amazing Race.
|Client||Great Race Productions/Jerry Brukenheimer|
- Notes On A City - Singapore
The very first high definition project ever shot in Singapore - an impressionistic photo essay on the imagery and and culture of Singapore for a global series called "Notes On A City" which was directed by Keith Cheetham
- Key West Regatta ESPN
Key West is reputed to be one of the world's premier sailing regatts which is sailed in the windy, sunny conditions off the southern tip of Florida and it is one of the most photogenic events of its kind on the planet. On average 300 sailboats and almost 3000 sailors travel to the tropical paradise to compete in the regions' aquamarine waters.
- Sky Cowboys
A pilot programme, shot in the Australian Outback, for a National Geographic global documentary series on wild horses.
|Client||National Geographic Television|
- 1988 Olympics
Senior cameraman for an international television team responsible for the global television coverage of the Sailing Regatta for the XXIV Olympiad in Korea.
|Client||KTV - Olympic Host Broadcaster|
- 1987 Americas Cup
In 1996, the New York-based sports promotions company IMG commissioned Channel Nine in Perth to solve the practical problems and produce the first ever extensive television coverage of offshore yacht racing for world wide distribution.
|Client||IMG / Louis Vuitton|
- TransChina Rally
- OOCL Regatta
- Professional Heritage in Australian Television
In 1980 Laurie K. Gilbert arrived in Sydney with a Royal Scholarship from the International London Film School and 4 years experience as a B/W cameraman with South Pacific Television in New Zealand, where he was shooting news in the city of Hamilton with an Auricon Pro600.
|Client||60 Minutes, The Reporters, Willesee At Seven programmes|