|Other names||Tom Yatsko|
Thomas Yatsko is an Americancinematographer and television director, known for his work on television series like CSI: Miami , Brothers & Sisters , and Fringe .
In his capacity as a cinematographer, Yatsko has worked on the television series CSI: Miami , E-Ring , Alias , Brothers & Sisters , and Touch.
In late 2011 he signed with Global Artists Agency.
Yatsko worked as director of photography on the FOX science-fiction Fringe , alternating episodes with cinematographer David Moxness.Yatsko has recently taken to directing several Fringe episodes, including "White Tulip", "6B", and "The Last Sam Weiss". The A.V. Club critic Noel Murray praised Yatsko's directional work for the series, explaining in his review of "6B" that Yatsko was "previously the director of the excellent 'White Tulip.' This wasn’t such a great episode, but Yatsko’s one to keep an eye on. His eps have a nice, burnished look, and I can’t complain about the performances either, which have struck me as very measured and connected." After the completion of the third season, Yatsko left the series.
|2009||Into the Blue 2: The Reef||Stephen Herek||N/A|
|2013||The Call||Brad Anderson||N/A|
|2014||Stonehearst Asylum||Brad Anderson||N/A|
|Year||Title||Season||Episode Title||Episode No.||Notes|
|2003||CSI: Miami||2||"Dead Zone"||2||N/A|
|"The Best Defense"||5||N/A|
|2004||"Witness to Murder"||12||N/A|
|"Murder in a Flash"||4||N/A|
|"After the Fall"||10||N/A|
|"Nothing to Lose"||16||N/A|
|2006||Brothers & Sisters||1||"Patriarchy"||1||N/A|
|"An Act of Will"||2||N/A|
|"Affairs of State"||3||N/A|
|"For the Children"||6||N/A|
|"Mistakes Were Made: Part 1"||8||N/A|
|"Mistakes Were Made: Part 2"||9||N/A|
|"Valentine's Day Massacre"||14||N/A|
|"All in the Family"||17||N/A|
|"Grapes of Wrath"||21||N/A|
|2008||Fringe||1||"The Same Old Story"||2||N/A|
|"The Ghost Network"||3||N/A|
|"In Which We Meet Mr. Jones"||7||N/A|
|2||"A New Day in the Old Town"||1||N/A|
|"Of Human Action"||7||N/A|
|"The Bishop Revival"||14||N/A|
|"Over There: Part 1"||21||N/A|
|"Over There: Part 2"||22||N/A|
|2012||Touch||1||"Safety in Numbers"||3||N/A|
|Common Law||1||"Odd Couples"||9||N/A|
|Midnight Sun||Television film|
|2013||Bates Motel||1||"First You Dream, Then You Die"||1||N/A|
|"Nice Town You Picked, Norma..."||2||N/A|
|"What's Wrong with Norman"||3||N/A|
|Year||Title||Season||Episode Title||Episode No.||Notes|
|"The Last Sam Weiss"||21||N/A|
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