David Ashley Connell
7 September 1955
David Ashley Connell (born 7 September 1955) is an Australian cinematographer with a career of over 25 years of cinematographic work in films and television to date.
Connell got his first Super 8 film camera at the age of 12, given to him by his father, sparking an interest in film. In 1972, at the age of 17, Connell became a camera assistant for an Australian news channel. Connell joined Crawford Productions the next year, where he became a camera loader and focus puller,and joined the Australian Cinematographers Society in 1988.
He currently resides in Brighton, Victoria, Australia with his wife Anne.
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