du•ri•an |ˈdoŏrēən; -rēˌän|
1 - An oval spiny tropical fruit containing a creamy pulp. Regarded for having a pleasantly sweet fragrance, it is highly esteemed for it's flavor.
2 - (also durian tree) The large tree that bears this fruit, considered by many people in Southeast Asia as the "king of fruits." The durian is distinctive for it's large size and formidable
ORIGIN late 16th cent.: from Malay durian, from duri ‘thorn.’
Marcos Durian is a Filipino-American Cinematographer, a visual storyteller consumed with telling creative, compelling and worldly stories. He has worked as a freelance cinematographer for the past 11 years on narrative, commercial and music video projects in the US and internationally.
Always in pursuit of self discovery, he is driven by the journey and has a strong desire to tell stories which reflect and represent the diverse world we live in. He is inspired by the power
of image and story and wants people to feel something from the images he creates, feel the struggle, the pain, the happiness, and the human emotion that binds us.
His work has screened and won awards at numerous film festivals world wide, and is a winner of the prestigious Emerging Cinematographers Award presented by the International Cinematographers Guild.
Marcos holds both US and Canadian passports, is a member of IATSE Local 600, and having played hockey for over fifteen years, he is an extremely good and fast ice skater.