|Deborah L. Scott
Timothy Suhrstedt, ASC (born August 5, 1948) is an American cinematographer. He is best known for his work on comedies like Little Miss Sunshine , Office Space , The Wedding Singer , and 17 Again .
His credits include:
(Won Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Cinematography for a Series in 1996)
|Go West, Young Man
|The House on Sorority Row
|Forever and Beyond
|With Tom Richmond
|Conrad E. Palmisano
|Doin' Time on Planet Earth
|Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
|Men at Work
|Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead
|Traces of Red
|Getting Even with Dad
|To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday
|The Wedding Singer
|Major League: Back to the Minors
| Don Hahn
Paul and Gaëtan Brizzi
|Whatever It Takes
Adam Larson Broder
|Frank McKlusky, C.I.
|With Jeffrey Greeley
|The Hot Chick
|Little Miss Sunshine
| Jonathan Dayton
|The Last Time
|The Brothers Solomon
|The Marc Pease Experience
|All About Steve
|The Invention of Lying
| Ricky Gervais
| Peter Farrelly
|Segments "The Catch" and "Middleschool Date"
|As Cool as I Am
|Better Living Through Chemistry
|50 to 1
|John Carroll Lynch
|El Camino Christmas
|David E. Talbert
|Always Be My Maybe
Philip H. Lathrop, A.S.C. was an American cinematographer noted for his skills with wide screen technology and detailed approach to lighting and camera placement. He spent most of his life in movie studios. Lathrop was known for such films as Touch of Evil (1958), Lonely Are the Brave (1962), The Americanization of Emily (1964), The Cincinnati Kid (1965), Point Blank (1967), Finian's Rainbow (1968), The Traveling Executioner (1970), Portnoy's Complaint (1972), Earthquake (1974), Swashbuckler (1976), The Driver (1978), Moment by Moment (1978), A Change of Seasons (1980), Foolin' Around (1980), Loving Couples (1980), and Deadly Friend (1986).
Timothy Busfield is an American actor and director. He has played Elliot Weston on the television series thirtysomething; Mark, the brother-in-law of Ray Kinsella in Field of Dreams; and Danny Concannon on the television series The West Wing. In 1991 he received a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for thirtysomething. He is also the founder of the 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization Theatre for Children, Inc.
Joseph Francis Biroc, ASC was an American cinematographer. He was born in New York City and began working in films at the Paragon Studios in Fort Lee, New Jersey. After working there for approximately six years, he moved to Los Angeles. Once in Southern California, Biroc worked at the RKO Pictures movie studio. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps, and filmed the Liberation of Paris in August 1944. In 1950, Biroc left RKO Pictures and freelanced on projects at various studios. In addition to his film work, which included It's a Wonderful Life (1946) and The Flight of the Phoenix (1965), Biroc worked on various television series, including the Adventures of Superman and Wonder Woman. He frequently collaborated with film director Robert Aldrich.
Thomas Del Ruth is a retired American cinematographer.
David Gribble is an Australian cinematographer and director of photography based in New South Wales. He has also worked in the United States, filming TV movies and other works.
Bruce Mohr Powell Surtees was an American cinematographer, the son of Maydell and cinematographer Robert L. Surtees. He is best known for his extensive work on Clint Eastwood's films. His cinematography was compared to that of the Dollars trilogy of Sergio Leone.
Daryn Okada, A.S.C. is a cinematographer and the former president of the American Society of Cinematographers. In 2015, Okada joined the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. A highly prolific director of photography, Okada has worked on numerous well-known films including Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, Lake Placid, Mean Girls, and American Reunion, many of which are directed by Steve Miner.
John Stanley Bartley, A.S.C., often credited as John S. Bartley, is a New Zealand-born American cinematographer best known for his work on television series such as Lost, Bates Motel and The X Files and feature films such as The X Files: I Want to Believe and The Chronicles of Riddick.
Herbert Neil Travis was an American film and television editor with about 28 feature film credits from 1970–2007. He is likely best known for editing the television miniseries Roots (1977) and the feature film Dances with Wolves (1990).
Susan Elaina Morse is an American film editor with more than 30 film credits. She had a notable collaboration with director Woody Allen from 1977 to 1998. She's received nominations for an Academy Award, five BAFTA Awards, and a Primetime Emmy Award.
Alan Heim, ACE is an American film editor. He won an Academy Award for editing All That Jazz.
Van Charles Snowden was an American puppeteer active in the film and television industries for decades. Snowden performed as the H.R. Pufnstuf character on nearly every episode of the television series of the same name from 1969 to 1971. His other credits included the horror films Child's Play 2 and Child's Play 3, Tales from the Crypt and D.C. Follies.
Jayanan Vincent is an Indian cinematographer. He is the son of cinematographer and director, A. Vincent, and elder brother to Ajayan Vincent. He is known for his work in Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi films and he is a member of the Indian Society of Cinematographers (ISC). He won two Nandi Awards.
Nick McLean, Sr.,, full name George Nicholas McLean, is an American cinematographer, best known for his work on the television shows Friends, Joey, Cybill, and Evening Shade.
Martin Kenzie was a British second unit director and cinematographer whose works include feature films such as The Shining (1980), Return of the Jedi (1983), Aliens (1986), The King's Speech (2010) and TV series including Rome (2005) and Game of Thrones (2012). He was a member of the British Society of Cinematographers as a Camera Operator and was later elected a "Full Member of the Society" with BSC accreditation in 2012. Kenzie was diagnosed with cancer and was being operated on with the help of Macmillan Cancer Support. He died on 16 July 2012 at the age of 56. The Game of Thrones season three premiere episode, "Valar Dohaeris", aired on 31 March 2013, was dedicated to the memory of Kenzie in the credits.
David Martin Walsh is an American cinematographer. He worked with film directors including Woody Allen, Herbert Ross, and Arthur Hiller.
Mark Warner is an American film editor who was nominated at the 1989 Academy Awards for Best Film Editing for the film Driving Miss Daisy. He has done over 30 films since 1978. In addition, he was nominated for an Emmy with Edward Warschilka for And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself in the category Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special. He often works with director Bruce Beresford.
Harry Stradling Jr. was a two-time Oscar-nominated American cinematographer and the son of cinematographer Harry Stradling.
Ernest Day, B.S.C. was a British cinematographer and director of film and television, known for his collaborations with David Lean and Lewis Gilbert. He spent the majority of his career as a camera operator, often referred to Lean as his "eyes", and was the first British cameraman to operate a 70mm film camera. He was nominated for an Academy Award and BAFTA Award for Lean's final film A Passage to India (1984).
Elemér Ragályi was a Hungarian cinematographer and film director. In 1996, he won a Primetime Emmy Award for his work on the television film Rasputin.