Camera Moves Telecrane was the first company on the east coast to own the award-winning techno-jib, which can extend to any length between 9 and 24 feet, making it one of the most versatile, while still affordable camera cranes currently on the market.


Contributing over Thirty Years as a camera operator, Mark Whitman has accomplished great success in the entertainment industry covering a wide variety of shows such as The Oscars, The Emmys, The Grammys, The Tonys, The Almas, the VMAs, Live From Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Opera, 10 seasons of Sesame Street, 4 seasons of Night Music, The Kennedy Center Honors, 4 seasons of The Chris Rock Show, DVD's for The Rolling Stones, U2, Korn, Dream Theatre, 12 Years of the Rock'n'Roll Hall Of fame Inductions, Live News Specials for ABC from the deck of the USS Enterprise and from under the sea in the USS Scranton. With an Emmy and 19 nominations Mark says it's still just the beginning and he promises to maintain a high level of professionalism and quality serving the television industry.


From big "event television" like the Academy Awards or The Opening Of The Lost Tombs in Egypt to historic concerts like Woodstock (II & III) and Live Aid... from soap operas like the Guiding Light to the Metropolitan Opera...from primetime dramas like Rescue Me to primetime sitcoms like Soul Man...from game shows like Michael Davies' Pop Culture Challenge to children's programming like Sesame Street... from the news magazines like 48 Hours to talk/variety shows like The Chris Rock Show...from stand up comedians like Carlin, Seinfeld and Dane Cook to bands like the Rolling Stones and Kelly Clarkson... from reality TV like The Bachelor and the Survivor Finales to the Super Bowl Half Time Shows... it seems that Rob has shot it all. His list of 16 emmy nominations are a reminder that he has been a part of the most outstanding group of camera operators in the world for over a decade. With the arrival of the Techno-Jib in his arsenal he is excitedly looking forward to another decade as the "eyes of the world". For more about Rob's carreer read this article from International Cinematographer's Guild Magazine.