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Shared cinematography credit with Don Lenzer on Martha Coolidge's "Not a Pretty Picture"
Served as director of photography for Claudia Weill's "Girlfriends"
TV debut as director of photography, "The Seven Wishes of Joanne Peabody", an ABC Weekend Special
Served as cinematographer on Richard Pearce's directorial debut, "Heartland"
Shared cinematography credit with Henri Alekin on Wim Wenders' "The State of Things"
Reteamed with Pearce for ABC movie "Sessions"
Provided the gorgeous photography of rural Indiana for David Anspaugh's feature directing debut, "Hoosiers"
Created the appropriately elegiac look for John Huston's final film, "The Dead"
Collaborated with Anspaugh on "Fresh Horses"
First film with director Paul Mazursky, "Enemies, A Love Story", adapted from Isaac Bashevis Singer's 1972 novel
Received Emmy nomination for ABC's "The Final Days", directed by Pearce
Reteamed with Mazursky for "Scenes from a Mall"
Third feature with Mazursky, "The Pickle"
Again worked with Pearce on the rural-themed "A Family Thing"
Collaborated with Mazursky on "Faithful"
Was cinematographer on "Dance With Me"
Powerfully captured both the nostalgia and grit of the 1950s West Virginia coal mining town of Joe Johnston's "October Sky"
Teamed with Pearce again for HBO movie "Witness Protection"; garnererd Emmy nomination
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