Mohd Abudin Abdullah

A Painter at Heart

Welcome and thanks for checking out my online portfolio. Take a look around my site to learn more about the variety of projects I have worked on in the past, and what I have coming up in the future. If you have any questions, or would like to collaborate together on a project, please get in touch with me today!


“The more i learn, the more i don’t know”

Albert Einstein



Do you have questions about any of my work? Would you like to collaborate together on a project? Please feel free to get in touch with me today.

175, Jalan Nada Alam 2/5, Kampung Baru Sungai Mahang, Nilai 71800, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia


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My Professional CV

Skills & Expertise

Take a moment to look at some of the projects that i have been involved with highlighted below.


Jan 2016

Cinta Sticky Note

Made for TV Movie

Darkwave Productions

Director - Mikael Andre

Cinematography - Mohd Abudin Abdullah

Cast :- 

Izzue Islam

Ayda Jebat

Sept 2016

Syamsul Yusof Ft. Mawi - Desolasi OST

Music Video

Viper Studios

Director - Syafiq Yusof

Director Of Photography - Mohd Abudin Abdullah


Syamsul Yusof


May 2019

Jerangkung Dalam Almari


AKID Productions

Director - Shadan Hashim

Cinematographer - Indra Che Muda, MYSC


Adi Putra

Sophia AlBarakbah

Hasnul Rahmat

Wan Hanafi Su

Zaidi Omar

FEB 2019

Wounds (Short)


Gwai Lou Films

Director - David Yanez

Cinematography - Mohd Abudin Abdullah


Fanna Junaidi

Sheng Hui Lim

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My passion is life

Once upon a time . . .

The first time i held a camera, i was probably 3 or 4 years old. I didn't really have a clue what photography meant back then, but i always knew that photography is an essential part of my life. My father was a photographer in his younger days before venturing into motion picture filming. My late grandfather owned a photography studio back in the 70's up until the early 2000's, so growing up, naturally the ability to indulge in the magical process of photography was made available to me. My childhood consists of weekends in the studio, movie sets on school holidays, academics every other day and flipping through calendars counting down the days for when i get to do it all over again. Eventually, i got involved in the movie business. I feel like photography is like a weekend hobby for me, but motion picture is the thing i really wanted to do. For me, it's like an adventure where the only danger is when i've run out of things to film.