Mark Schwartzbard is a cinematographer with bases in Los Angeles and New York. His most recent work has been in episodic television. For Netflix he shot both seasons of Aziz Ansari's MASTER OF NONE and two seasons of Judd Apatow's LOVE. For Amazon he shot season one of Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard's FOREVER featuring Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph. For HBO he shot a couple episodes of CRASHING and a pilot directed by Lena Dunham.
Mark has shot fourteen narrative features and three documentary features, including Sophia Takal's ALWAYS SHINE, Rick Alverson's THE COMEDY, Demetri Martin's feature directorial debut DEAN, Courteney Cox's feature directorial debut JUST BEFORE I GO, and Bryan Wizemann's ABOUT SUNNY. Commercial clients include Google, Facebook, Toyota, Nissan, Benjamin Moore, and The Obama Foundation.
Before all that he spent a decade working as a camera assistant in New York, where he got to work on films including Woody Allen’s “Hollywood Ending,” and Martin Scorsese’s “The Departed,” as well as “Little Children,” “Rent,” “Hitch,” “Pollock,” and, the most fun of all, “Borat,” which led to work as a camera operator on director Larry Charles’ next few projects, including “Religulous” and “Brüno”.