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Production - Profiles

Wide Horizons      Glenn Cook      Nat Jeffery

Wide Horizons

Since 1999, the Wide Horizons team of experienced professionals has continually provided specialised multimedia services in a relaxed environment.

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Wide Horizons is a member of the Hunter Business Chamber.

Rain, hail or shine - Wide Horizons can meet any production requirements. The photos below showcase a number of our location shoots to show how and where we can fulfill your media needs.

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Glenn Cook

Glenn Cook, aka 'Cooky', is a passionate photographer and cinematographer with over 30 years experience in the television industry.

During his illustrious career, Glenn has directed, filmed and produced more than 10 documentaries and television programs. Receiving no fewer than nine National Awards for his photography, and a Commendation by the Order of Australia for cinematography, Glenn was also a finalist in the New York Film Festival. In 2005 Glenn was the first recipient to be awarded the inaugural award for Most Outstanding Contribution to Journalism by the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance.

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Combining his passion for film and love of nature, Glenn has turned his focus to Wide Horizons, capturing the light and colour of our favourite locations.

Glenn Cook

Glenn is a member of the Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS)
and the International Association of Panoramic Photographers (IAPP).


ACS      IAPP

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Nat Jeffery

Nat started with NBN Television in February 1979, presenting surf and weather reports, and with radio station 2NX in the same year. He arranged the initial sponsorship for the BHP Steel International and Coca Cola Trials in Newcastle and ran Surfest for the first five years. His weather segments continued on NBN until mid 2000 and he had a reputation for questioning the validity of forecasts from the Bureau of Meteorology.

With almost 30 years of experience in the television and multimedia industry, Nat is a valued member of our team.

Nat Jeffery


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