Mike McLaughlin

Director of Photography

Known for creating fresh and engaging images, Mike McLaughlin has worked as a cinematographer on numerous narrative films, documentaries, and commercials over the past ten years.  He is especially known for working with celluloid and vintage film cameras to create unique aesthetics. In 2012, McLaughlin received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for his cinematography on “The Perfect Runner”, an episode of The Nature of Things. Other notable credits include Trevor Anderson’s The Man That Got Away—winner of the DAAD short film prize at the Berlinale in 2012, and Kyle Thomas’ feature-length debut, The Valley Below—World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2014. McLaughlin recently completed his first narrative series for CBC Television, Four in the Morning. He is based in Toronto, ON.

The New Yorker
Poetry and Paint
Dreams and Reality
Lois Hole Hospital For Women
Women All Ages
Dolce Vita Homes
Welcome Home
"Checkpoint Titanium"
Michael Rault
"I Want To Love You"
For Esmé
"Small Talk"
King Henry, Sasha Sloan
"I'll Be There"
Lab Coast
Reuben And The Dark
"Devil's Time"