Inspiring Webinar Features Cinematographer Mark Irwin CSC/ASC, Hosted by, with Support from HD Pro Guide Magazine – Empowering Professionals in Film, TV, Broadcast, Streaming Media, Live Production, and More

HD Pro Guide Magazine, the trusted resource serving professionals in film, TV, broadcast, streaming media, live production, and more, supported an enlightening AMA webinar featuring the esteemed Cinematographer Mark Irwin CSC/ASC. The event, hosted by, provided a platform for a diverse audience of professionals to gain valuable insights from a seasoned industry expert. HD Pro Guide Magazine is delighted by the overwhelmingly positive response received from participants, showcasing the immense value and benefit it brought to professionals across various sectors.

Here are some of the heartfelt expressions from our valued participants, highlighting the impact of Mark Irwin’s expertise:

“Brilliant, I could listen to Mark all day.”

“Excellent, what a breadth of questions and information.”

“Mark Irwin’s generous sharing of his knowledge and experience in cinematography was very enriching. Thanks!”

“Wonderful to have the benefit of exposure to Mark’s many years of professional experience. A terrific webinar.”

“Amazing! It was great to hear from Mark. Great education. Thanks for sharing!”

“Great! Wise words from a legendary DP.”

As HD Pro Guide Magazine continues to empower professionals across the diverse fields of film, TV, broadcast, streaming media, live production, and more, we are committed to facilitating more of these insightful interactions. Our mission remains unwavering – to be a supportive pillar for professionals at every stage of their careers, delivering invaluable resources and empowering them to excel in their respective industries.

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About Mark Irwin CSC/ASC 

Born in Toronto in 1950, Mark Irwin CSC/ASC is a renowned Canadian cinematographer with an extensive and diverse body of work. After graduating from York University in 1973 with a Bachelor of Fine Art in Film, Irwin began his career in the film industry by shooting documentaries for the National Film Board of Canada and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, along with freelance TV productions and low-budget features.

Irwin’s big break came when he collaborated with David Cronenberg on “Fast Company” in 1978, which led to a series of five more films, including “Scanners,” “The Dead Zone,” and “The Fly.” In 1987, he moved to Los Angeles and worked on a wide range of films such as “RoboCop 2,” “Scream,” “Old School,” and “There’s Something About Mary,” collaborating with acclaimed directors like Gil Cates, Wes Craven, Todd Phillips, and the Farrelley Brothers.

Throughout his illustrious career, Irwin has won Best Cinematography awards for “The Fly,” “Youngblood,” “The Dead Zone,” and “Videodrome.” His work has taken him to various locations, including Italy, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Canada, and the United States. Irwin’s impressive filmography showcases his immense talent and adaptability, making him a highly sought-after cinematographer in the industry.

For more information on Mark Irwin and his work, visit his IMDb page at and his website at