Abraham Joffe is an internationally award-winning Australian cinematographer who has gained a growing reputation for his documentary and nature productions.
He has always been captivated by the power of the moving-image, and knew from an early age that this would be his life’s calling.
Abraham is an experienced underwater cameraman and started his career shooting for the late filmmaker and adventurer Malcolm Douglas in the far reaches of the Kimberly’s in Western Australia.
He was recognised by Canon Australia for his cinematography, and was honored with the title of Canon Master in 2013.
He was an early adopter of 4K, taking his cameras to all seven continents. It has been a dream of his to produce television content for National Geographic, and Tales by Light is his break-through series.
He founded the Sydney-based production company Untitled Film Works in 2000. Untitled is highly regarded for their creative storytelling and currently produces much of the film content for Canon Australia.