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Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cinematography ...
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1975:
Shared cinematography credit with Don Lenzer on Martha Coolidge's "Not a Pretty Picture"
1978:
Served as director of photography for Claudia Weill's "Girlfriends"
1978:
TV debut as director of photography, "The Seven Wishes of Joanne Peabody", an ABC Weekend Special
1980:
Served as cinematographer on Richard Pearce's directorial debut, "Heartland"
1982:
Shared cinematography credit with Henri Alekin on Wim Wenders' "The State of Things"
1983:
Reteamed with Pearce for ABC movie "Sessions"
1986:
Provided the gorgeous photography of rural Indiana for David Anspaugh's feature directing debut, "Hoosiers"
1987:
Created the appropriately elegiac look for John Huston's final film, "The Dead"
1988:
Collaborated with Anspaugh on "Fresh Horses"
1989:
First film with director Paul Mazursky, "Enemies, A Love Story", adapted from Isaac Bashevis Singer's 1972 novel
1990:
Received Emmy nomination for ABC's "The Final Days", directed by Pearce
1991:
Reteamed with Mazursky for "Scenes from a Mall"
1993:
Third feature with Mazursky, "The Pickle"
1996:
Again worked with Pearce on the rural-themed "A Family Thing"
1996:
Collaborated with Mazursky on "Faithful"
1998:
Was cinematographer on "Dance With Me"
1999:
Powerfully captured both the nostalgia and grit of the 1950s West Virginia coal mining town of Joe Johnston's "October Sky"
1999:
Teamed with Pearce again for HBO movie "Witness Protection"; garnererd Emmy nomination

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