Mark Klassen is a Canadian cinematographer. Since 2010 Mark has worked extensively in the camera department on a broad range of projects from long and short form documentary, episodic TV, narrative FILMS, and music videos. His early work set the foundation for a fast paced career which had him playing contributing roles for GlobalTV’s 16x9 Journalism programming as well as working with Banger Films on their Documentary Series, Rock Icons and Metal Evolution.
At a young age, Mark spent his time travelling and working on the road, learning the ins and outs of camera movement, lighting for interviews, and working with natural light. As time progressed Mark found himself moving into commercial and corporate projects more locally at home in Toronto to balance out his time on the road. He quickly started finding his place, working on lifestyle and tabletop spots, finding a balance between the technical nuances of camera and lighting, and working with actors.
Mark has been involved in supporting roles on several feature length narrative and documentary films, including House of Z, about fashion designer Zac Posen, Kayak to Klemtu  with director Zoe Hopkins, The Definites with Director’s Mackenzie Donaldson and Hannah Cheeseman, and Captive, a feature length documentary set in Nigeria following the personal journey about surviving the trauma of captivity and the toll conflict takes on women and girls.
Mark has worked with a vast list of notable brands and artists including: Tourism pei, nhl, Starbucks, ida pharmacies, amazon music, lays, harry Rosen, YouTube, peoples jewelry, jessie reyez, Jade eagleson, dean Brody, goodkid, foxwarren, JEREMIE ALBINO and tedx toronto to name a few. 
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