Worked as cinematographer for the documentary "In Our Water," about water pollution in New Jersey (shown on PBS' "Frontline")
Helmed the summer blockbuster "Men in Black," starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones
Produced (also directed) the ABC series "Pushing Daisies"
Second time as director of photography for Reiner, "Misery"
Claims to have served as cinematographer on at least nine pornographic films shot over a 22-day period
Directed the feature version of the 1960s TV series "Wild Wild West," starring Will Smith; made came as an alien
Executive produced Steven Soderbergh's "Out of Sight; scripted by Frank and based on a novel by Elmore Leonard
First TV credit as director of photography, the "ABC Afterschool Special" titled "Out of Step"
First TV-movie as cinematographer, "Welcome Home, Bobby" (CBS)
Grew up in NYC's Washington Heights
Last project to date with the Coens, "Miller's Crossing"
Provided "additional projection camera" for Laurie Anderson's experimental concert film "Home of the Brave"
Served as executive producer and occasional director of the Fox midseason replacement series "The Tick"
Shot corporate films and documentaries
Executive produced (also directed pilot) "Maximum Bob" (ABC), based on a novel by Leonard
Executive produced the ABC series remake "Fantasy Island"
First film with director Rob Reiner, "When Harry Met Sally..."
Helmed "Men in Black II," the sequel to the 1997 hit; again made cameo in film
In July, terminated film producing partnership with Barry Josephson; TV deal unaffected
Reteamed with the Coens as cinematographer of "Raising Arizona"
Shot first TV miniseries "Doubletake" (CBS)
Signed two-year deal with Walt Disney Company; formed own eponymous production company
Walked away uninjured when the Gulfstream II jet on which he was the lone passenger crash-landed at Van Nuys, CA airport
Co-executive produced "Secret Agent Man" (UPN)
After graduating from Hampshire College, worked in photo lab in New York
Directed Robin Williams in the comedy "RV"
Directed the comedy "Get Shorty"; script by Scott Frank and based on a novel by Elmore Leonard; also played small role as Doorman
Directorial debut, "The Addams Family"
Feature producing debut (as co-producer), "For Love or Money"; also directed
First feature as director of photography, Joel Coen's "Blood Simple"; first of a series of collaborations with the Coen brothers; also shot the trailer that enabled the Coens to raise money for the project
Helmed sequel "Addams Family Values"
Returned to directing features with "Men in Black III"; re-teamed with stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones; also made cameo in film