Vinten: Making History Videos

Behind the Broadcast

Vinten has supported camera operators around the world for over 100 years on the quest to capture and share moments in history. Join us as we celebrate by sharing pivotal moments in news gathering, live events, and sporting history as told by the camera operators who were there.

Episode 4: Barrie Dodd

Emmy award-winning camera operator Barrie Dodd (GTC Member) is renowned for capturing some of music’s greatest live events. During Barrie’s career behind the camera, he’s shot many iconic moments in music history including the Freddie Mercury tribute concert at Wembley, London 2012 Olympics and Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody music video, the most influential music video of the 20th century.

Episode 3: Graham Maunder

Graham Maunder is a multi-award winning DoP and Lighting Cameraman for TV, commercials, and corporate and the current Chair of the Guild of Television Camera Professionals (GTC). During Graham’s illustrious career behind the camera, he’s covered 19 Olympic Games over 40 years for NBC, capturing some of sports greatest moments.

Episode 2: Conall Freeley

Guild of Television Camera Professionals (GTC) Conall Freeley’s work for ITV captured one of the most iconic moments in news history, the fall of the Belin wall. Go behind the broadcast with Conall and learn what challenges the crew had to face and how these remarkable scenes reshaped the modern world.

Episode 1: Yves Michel-Dumond

Yves Michel-Dumond is a freelance camera operator, AP Journalist, and a former member of the Guild of Television Camera Professionals (GTC). During his career behind the lens, he has captured iconic moments in news history including Nelson ’Mandela’s walk to freedom and his first press conference after release, pivotal moments in South Africa’s history.