Camera, Film, & Tape
Served as the cinematographer for Joel Schumacher's adaptation of "The Phantom of the Opera"; earned an Oscar nomination for Best Cinematography
Second feature with Ridley Scott, "Hannibal", the long-awaited sequel to "The Silence of the Lambs"
Was director of photography on "K-Pax"
Teamed with Ridley Scott on the Roman epic "Gladiator"
Served as cinematographer on Jake Scott's feature directorial debut "Plunkett and Macleane"
Was cinematographer of "Vigo - Passion for Life", Julien Temple's biopic of French filmmaker Jean Vigo
Was visual effects director of photography on "Enemy of the State", directed by Tony Scott
Earned praise for his lensing of the Francis Bacon biopic "Love Is the Devil"
Shot two episodes of the Showtime series "The Hunger", one directed by Tony Scott, the other by Jake Scott
Served as director of photography on "Twin Town"
Reunited with Dridi on "Bye-Bye"
Debut as feature cinematographer, "Pigalle", helmed by Karim Dridi
Entered films as a clapper loader on "Caravaggio", directed by Derek Jarman
Spent seven years shooting music videos, commercials and documentaries
Moved to London when he was in his early twenties
Raised in Scotland
Hired to light a music video
Awarded the title Chevalier de L'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture in 1996, in recognition of his contribution to French cinema.