Camera, Film, & Tape
Worked as cinematographer on the series "Halt and Catch Fire."
Became the director of photography on the Showtime series "Dexter."
Became the director of photography on the series "Dirty Sexy Money."
Worked as the director of photography on the HBO series "Carnivàle," winning a Primetime Emmy in 2004.
Was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Photographed the romantic drama "How Stella Got Her Groove Back."
Photographed the popular film "Dirty Dancing."
Served as cinematographer on the feature film "Static."
Won a scholarship to the Columbia College film department based on a 16mm sound film he had made.
Worked as a gaffer and camera assistant on industrial films and commercials in the Chicago area after graduating from Columbia College.
"A big part of the art of filmmaking is the collaboration - it's a director's vision and the cinematographer's execution based on your taste and experience - who you are and where you are in your life." - from cinematographers.nl, Aug. 29, 2006