Camera, Film, & Tape
Finneytown High School
Became a producer on the comedy "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia"
Moved to scripted programming as a cinematographer and later a director on the US version of "The Office."
Worked as a camera operator on the first season of Survivor
First directing credit on TV movie "Late Bloomer"
His first directing credit was a TV movie called "Late Bloomer" in 1997. In 2013, Einhorn announced plans to direct an entirely unrelated film also called "Late Bloomer."
Directed the wave of Chevrolet dealership ads titled "Under the Blue Arch
In regard to FX's "Wilfred": "I mean at any one time we might by shooting – we shot the first block of episodes, we shot one, three, five, seven, nine and eleven – so I might be shooting scene one from episode 11 next to the final shot of episode one. Which is, in terms of keeping the actors in the right place and tonally matching where we came from, it takes a lot of homework and it takes a lot of refreshing… It would be so much easier to let a story grow and start and the beginning and finish when it’s at the end, you know? I would absolutely want to shoot in continuity if I could. But, for financial reasons, you just can’t."