X-MAN Studio Sydney was established in 2013，it is a integrated
wedding films, videography, cinematography, commercials and TVC film
. By the beginning of 2020, we have provided professional wedding
film services for more than 500 couples from different countries and regions.
The studio also provide specific screen production services for local advertising and wedding companies.
Unlike most wedding companies on the market, our studio focuses on providing cost-effective
video services. All team members are from the TV and film industry and have extensive experience. Our
follows the standards of the film industry. All wedding films use the industry's most advanced 4K film
processing technology, including the use of film photography equipment, and provide each customer with a
post-editing and color correction process. We strive to provide our customers with the best solutions on
Our studio's short film "Love Make a Home" won the Golden-Begonia Best Film in the 2015 Asian Micro Film
Festival, and Best Film, Best
Best Lighting of the 2016 CCTV Short Film Festival, Best Film of the 2017 Hainan Communist Youth League
Best Film Finalist of the 2015 China University Student Film Festival, and Best Screenwriter of the 2017
Zhaoqing Micro Film Festival. Our Chinese New Year TVC won the Best Advertising and Best Cinematography
2018 GDTV Festival.
Carter is a landscape photographer, film director, cinematographer and FPGA hardware
Engineer. He is also the director and one of the co-founder of X-MAN studio. His short film
"Love Make a Home"
won the highest award at the Asian Micro Film Festival and won several awards at other national film
festivals. He also
directed the 2018 Chinese New Year TVC for GDTV.
His landscape photography works have been published in "National Geographic" magazine, "China
National Travel" magazine
and many other famous photography publications.
From 2013 to 2019, Carter was keen on extreme high mountain photography and mountaineering. He has
travelled to New
Zealand, Arctic Islands, Northern Europe and other extreme cold regions for shooting some unknown
scenery and conveying
the spirit of exploration and environmental protection.
From 2013 to 2019, Carter used his vacation time to explore more than 300 locations throughout
Australia and took a
series of unknown landscape photography.