Fine Eye Productions is the multimedia production company of freelance video journalist and documentary maker, John Doggett-Williams.
John has made television features, documentary programs and long-running sports and cultural series for broadcasters such as ABC (Australia), Reuters, ESPN, BSkyB and many others. He wrote, directed and edited his most recent documentary, ‘Pure Sound – The Gyuto Monks of Tibet’, narrated by Emmy award winner Toni Collette which is a unique behind the scenes insight into the lives of esoteric Tibetan monks living in their Northern Indian monastery.
His other television documentaries include: ‘Michael Jackson – Death of an Icon’, and two detailed profiles of Australian artist, John Kelly, ‘Deconstructing John Kelly’, ‘Holy Cow! – The Art of John Kelly’ and ‘Selling Dreams – Australians in Cannes’. John’s series producer and associate producer credits include the internationally distributed, ‘Landmarks’, profiles of the world’s greatest natural and architectural landmarks and the ATP Tennis Show a weekly program distributed to more than a 100 international broadcasters.
As a news journalist he has a leaning towards the arts having regularly covered both the Venice Biennale and the Cannes Film Festival for ABC television. John remains the official video documenter of one of Australia’s most prestigious arts events, the Melbourne Art Fair biennale. 2012 will be the fifth time he has held the post. He still enjoys print, where he has written news and feature stories for The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and many other publications, but these days is better known as a video journalist and regular contributor to Times Now (India).
In radio he produced news, features and several documentaries for the ABC (Australia), SBS Radio and contributed features to the BBC’s longest running magazine program,’Outlook’. John has had two solo exhibitions as a photographer and his writings have appeared in publications such as,’Going Down Swinging’.
Below is a compile of John Doggett-Williams on camera work for Times Now in India.