Credits & Bio - Infield Productions
Director of Photography, Cinematographer
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Jim Karabin Director of Photography

Wins

2015 Sports Emmy Award Winner for Outstanding Technical Team Remote- “Super Bowl 50” on CBS
2012 Sports Emmy Award Winner for Outstanding Edited Sports Special – “One Heartbeat”
2010 Sports Emmy Award Winner for Outstanding Technical Team Remote – “Golf on CBS”
2009 Sports Emmy Award Winner for Outstanding Long Feature – “The Magic of J-Mac” CBS
2009 Sports Emmy Award Winner for Outstanding Show Open/Tease – “The Army-Navy Game” CBS

Nominations

2011 Sports Emmy Award Nomination for Outstanding Short Feature – “Manny Ohonme: The Great Samaritan” CBS
2010 Sports Emmy Award Nomination for Outstanding Short Feature – “Honoring Flight 93” CBS
2009 Sports Emmy Award Nomination for Outstanding Short Feature – “Willie’s Full Court” CBS

Bio

Infield Productions is five-time Emmy Award winning Director of Photography Jim Karabin, specializing in sports related features, documentaries, and show open/teases.

From as early as I can remember I was interested in two things…playing sports and photography. In 1991, while a student at George Mason University, I found my calling in sports television. The experience and sports industry contacts I gained working in the Sports Information Department afforded me the opportunity to begin a freelance career as a live sports cameraman. Through the generosity and kindness of some very talented producers and DP’s I gained a skillset that allowed me, in 2005, to work full-time as a Director of Photography. Since that time I have shot and directed features, show opens, and documentaries for clients such as CBS Sports, NBC Sports, ESPN, and Golf Channel, among others.