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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Steel (1980) as Camera Operator 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
Mike Catton was a construction site foreman, but he developed a phobia of heights after a serious accident. When a friend of his is killed while rushing to finish a skyscraper before a bank's foreclosure, Mike starts working for the man's daughter, forming a team of top notch men to finish the bulid
2.
You'll Like My Mother (1972) as Camera
Francesa Kinsolving, a very pregnant widow whose husband was rescently killed in action in Vietnam, travels to visit her late husband's mother in a snowy Minnesota town only to get snowed in during a fierce blizard where she's forced to wait it out only to slowly uncover some terrible dark secrets that Mrs. Kinsolving has been hiding, one of them is her psychotic other son, a recent escapee from a lunatic asylum, who is shacked up in the basement of the house.
3.
The Delta Factor (1970) as Director of Photography
4.
Trilogy (1969) as Camera Operator
"Miriam": Miss Miller has spent her life as a governess for children in some of the most fashionable homes in New York. She is shocked one day to learn that one of her "babies" is expecting a baby of her own and rejects Miss Miller's offer to be the nurse for the forthcoming child. That night, Miss Miller meets Miriam, a strange young girl who resembles Miss Miller when she was a child. Miriam, critical of everything Miss Miller has or does, constantly taunts her about a loveless existence, leading to a violent confrontation and chilling denouement. "Among The Paths To Eden": Mary O'Meaghan, a spinster, strikes up a conversation in a Queens, New York cemetery with a widower who is putting flowers on his deceased wife's grave. After establishing a modest rapport, Mary reveals to the bemused man that she had come to the graveyard specifically looking for a lonely widower, inasmuch as a friend of hers had found two husbands in a cemetery. "A Christmas Memory": As Christmastime approaches in rural Alabama, a young boy and his best friend, an elderly woman distantly related to him, prepare for the holiday by gathering ingredients for their annual batch of fruitcakes for 'people who've struck our fancy'. On Christmas Eve, they talk with great anticipation of the next day, but underneath is the sad, almost unspoken knowledge that the boy is growing up and his cousin is getting older and more frail.
5.
Intimacy (1966) as Director of Photography
A contractor's attempt to blackmail a politician has unexpected results.
6.
Brighty of the Grand Canyon (1966) as Director of Photography
7.
The Shepherd of the Hills (1964) as Director of Photography
8.
We Shall Return (1963) as Director of Photography
9.
The Louisiana Hussy (1960) as Director of Photography
A woman who appears to be ill shows up in a small town and is taken in by the residents. She winds up pitting a pair of brothers against each other, having an affair with one on the day of his marriage and trying to seduce the other one as well.
10.
Lost, Lonely and Vicious (1958) as Photography
11.
Bayou (1957) as Director of Photography
Peter Graves, Lita Milan, Douglas Fowley, Tim Carey, Jonathan Haze, Edwin Nelson. While visiting bayou country on business, an architect meets and falls in love with Marie, a local Cajun beauty, incuring the wrath of Marie's fervent admirer, Ulysses. This film was later retitled POOR WHITE TRASH and became a popular favorite at drive-ins throughout the South.

Sound (feature film)

12.
Indian Paint (1965) as Sound

Film Production - Main (feature film)

13.
Brubaker (1980) as Additional Photography
A warden arrives disguised as an inmate to see first-hand what life is like inside. He implements a series of sweeping reforms that have him marked for danger with guards and local business owners that liked things the way they were.
14.
Ravagers, The (1979) as Photography
In a dismal, post-apocalyptic world, a man is devastated after his wife is raped and murdered by a biker gang. He takes his revenge against one of them and leaves on the man's motorcycle. When he comes across another survivor who has food and weapons, they team up with a young woman and the three begin traveling together. However, he finds that even with his new friends, he is still in danger from the bikers.

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