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Mark Roberts

Mark Roberts

Hong Kong

Phone: +85 294 875 642

Email: markrob@hkstar.com

Website: www.markroberts.hk

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Mark Roberts is the sound recordist on some of television's best-known documentaries, including all nine of the BBC's Expedition series from Amazon Abyss to Wild Burma: Nature's Lost Kingdom, as well as landmark series such as Wild China, Life and Frozen Planet.

Remote and extreme environments are his speciality, often with limited resources, but never compromising the quality of his sound recordings.

Mark trained in outside broadcasts and has worked closely with NBC on every summer and winter Olympic Games, from Athens 2004 to Sochi 2014, as well as numerous stories for Dateline and Rock Centre.

As well as a sound recordist, he is also a fixer, providing production support in Hong Kong and China.

From bases in Hong Kong and UK he operates internationally, providing first-class audio expertise every time.



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