Fusing light and movement through time and space
Storytelling with a vision
“Synergy is the creation of a whole that is greater than the simple sum of its parts; and I firmly believe this stands true in the collaborative art of filmmaking. Contributing with equal parts of passion and vision I purposefully celebrate co-creation, collectively transforming ideas into true experiences. As a maker of images I am compelled to touch lives in an inspiring way, as a human I strive to leave lasting impression both on and off set. Comfortable in chaos and trusted in the creative process – I am genuinely excited to bring stories to life.”
About Michael Tebinka
Michael Tebinka is a Director of Photography based in Sweden. At the border between artistic and technical development in moving images; Michael’s work spans across Commercial, Documentary and Film. Some of the international brands he has worked for include Warner, EMI, ASEAN Para Games, Onassis Culture, including commissioned artworks exhibited across the world.
Starting his career as a stills photographer in printed and online media he quickly found a passion for telling stories through images. Trained in Singapore & London respectively, he developed a visual language that fuse light and movement into a form that is much appreciated by his audience today.
Michael’s works are characterised by a distinct aesthetic sensitivity, technical proficiency and a unique poetic vernacular. His dedication to artistic and technical development of digital film has contributed to his experience in both production and post, making him highly responsive to ever changing conditions and challenges on set and in post-production.
Michael is multilingual and speaks Swedish, English, Spanish and Polish.
Michael is a member of the Association for Independent Filmmakers (OFF) in Sweden, member of the Swedish Association of Professional Photographers (SFF), associate member of Colorist Society International (CSI), member of MedeaElectronique Artist Collective and Associate Visual Director at Philbeat in Singapore.