About

Oli Cohen is a London based DoP with equipment. With over fifteen years of experience, he regularly films all over the UK and around the world. He's now been to over a hundred countries.

His recent work on Made in Britain for Save the Children was the winner at the Charity Film Awards in the £50 million + Turnover Category and made it to number one on The Drum Creative Works Leaderboard. His work has been broadcast on most of the TV channels in the UK and screened at festivals internationally.

Coming from a background in documentary, Oli is able to work quickly yet still deliver cinematic results. As well as creating engaging imagery he's equally keen to try and help the audience connect and empathise with the characters in the story. 

Oli's clients include production companies, broadcasters, charities and advertising agencies.

He has public liability insurance, equipment insurance, a BECTU press card, a clean driving licence, an Enhanced DBS Certificate and two passports. He also has a BTEC Certification in Hostile Environment training through AKE.  

Adam Robertson

Director

"I have to say I am really very happy with the film and it has exceeded my expectations in so many ways. I hope you're proud of it too because you played such an important role in making it happen. I can't thank you enough."

Brandon Kahn

Director

"Just wanted to say that you were awesome. The client was suitably impressed... Plowing through the rough cut now. Looks great!"

George Hughes

Director

"I appreciated your professionalism and ability to make it look great whilst also being aware of the time / location constraints. Footage looks great and has stitched together very well"