Cinematographer MARC WINDON began his career in the film industry at the age of 14, working for his father Ron Windon firstly as an editor, then became a freelance camera assistant. Four years later he became a Director of Photography, in 2005 he won his first award for Best Cinematography at Sony's Tropfest. Windon is inspired by many filmmakers, from the French New Wave to The New York Underground, from Stanley Kubrick and Terrence Malick to Wong Kar-Wai and Sergio Leone. This inspiration has given him the drive to have shot five features at the age of 25.

The first, Rohan Michael Hoole's COURT OF LONELY ROYALS, received its World Premiere at the Adelaide International Film Festival in 2007 and won him an ACS award. In 2006 Windon shot an experimental film, LOVELY SCARY WOLVES, with the same director. He immediately followed this with Kelly Dolen's upcoming THE GATES OF HELL, and in early 2008 wrapped his fourth feature, $QUID, in Queensland.

COMMAND PERFORMANCE is Windon's fifth feature film credit and the first collaboration with director Dolph Lundgren.

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