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

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Access Denied (2010)
An Indian-American doctor from a wasp-y community falls in love with a soul-searching girl from Bombay only to find themselves on a star-crossed, trans-continental journey.
2.
Gold Bracelet, The (2008)
Arjun Singh is an educated man from India who left behind a career as a college professor to come to the United States with his wife, Baljit. He now earns a living repairing cars, and loves his adopted home that will provide his children a better life than he ever knew in India. While Arjun and Balj
3.
Tick Tock (2000) as Director Of Photography
Two women conspire to kill one's husband and set up the other woman's boyfriend to take the fall for the murder.
4.
Everything That Rises (1998) as Director Of Photography
The story of a Montana family whose struggle to hold onto land passed down through generations is made more difficult when the son is critically injured in an auto accident.
5.
Nephew, The (1998) as Director Of Photography
Set against the lush backdrop of an emrald islet, a tale of the tumult which is caused in a small community when the inbred denizens discover they have a young American cousin who is talented, handsome and black. When Chad Egan-Washington shows up on the Irish island of Inis Dara to scatter his moth
6.
Bright Shining Lie, A (1998) as Director Of Photography
Based on Neil Sheehan's Pulitzer Prixe-winning book, which tells the true story of John Paul Vann, one of the first U.S. senior military advisers sent to Vietnam. Initially determined to defeat the Communists, Vann soon realized that the way in which the war was being fought made victory impossible. He saw that the U.S. government was supporting a corrupt regime in South Vietnam, which had no intention of carrying out the reforms they espoused. Vann shared this information, becoming a major source for American journalists critical of the war. After he returned home in 1964, Vann became bored with domestic life and returned to Vietnam in 1965 as a civilian to help the war's victims. Following Richard Nixon's election as president, Vann was appointed a civilian general, the first in history, for his efforts. While serving in this capacity, Vann was killed in a helicopter crash in 1972.
7.
Gold in the Streets (1997) as Director Of Photography
A group of illegal Irish immigrants, who've recently settled in New York City, learns to deal with homesickness, culture shock, and the ever-present fear of being busted by immigration officials-- all the while searching for friendship and success in a foreign place.
8.
Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco (1996) as Director Of Photography
Story of two dogs and a cat lost in SanFransisco and trying to get home.
9.
Cherokee Kid (1996) as Director Of Photography
Movie about Isaiah Turner, an adventurous farmboy whose quest to avenge his parents' death sets him on a journey where he encounters an array of fictional and historical characters, ultimately becoming a self-assured gunslinger known as the Cherokee Kid. The story is narrated by The Cherokee Kid's supportive sidekick, Juan Nepomuceno Cortina.
10.
Hunted, The (1995) as Director Of Photography
A man on a business trip accidentally walks in on an assassination by a group of ninjas. He is then hunted down and must team up with some friendly warriors.
11.
Tyson (1995) as Director Of Photography
Dramatization of the life of heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson, from his troubled youth, his discovery by celebrated trainer Cus D'Amato, his quick rise as a star of the boxing world, the marriage to Robin Givens, and his fall from the sporting world's pinnicle after his trial, felony convictio
12.
Blind Justice (1994) as Director Of Photography
A nearly blind gunfighter engages in solitary battle against a band of vicious outlaws while trying to deliver an orphaned baby to safety.
13.
Broken Harvest (1994) as Director Of Photography
When a New York businessman, Jimmy O'Leary, hears of the death of his mother in Europe, the news cues a series of flashbacks to growing up in rural West Cork during the '50s where old tensions still linger in anti-Brit struggles.
14.
Silent Tongue (1993) as Director Of Photography
A ghost story of the Old West about an Indian woman, Silent Tongue, raped years earlier by a white medicine show charlatan, who haunts her plainsman husband.
15.
Last Outlaw, The (1993) as Director Of Photography
When the head of an outlaw band loses control of the group to his once-loyal right-hand man, he sets out to take revenge on his former companions, one by one.
16.
Frankenstein (1992) as Director Of Photography
A retelling of the 1816 Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley novel, "Frankenstein." A scientist creates a living being from body parts with disastrous results.
17.
Playboys, The (1992) as Director Of Photography
In a small Northern Irish border town in 1957, a young unwed mother is the object of both fascination and scorn for the locals, as she keeps the identity of the baby's father unkown. When a troupe of travelling players sets up camp, she finds herself courted by the town's constable as well as a hand
18.
Field, The (1990) as Director Of Photography
When the field he doesn't own, but has teneded to lovingly for years, is threatened with commercial development, a devout Irish farmer fiercely defends it.
19.
Love She Sought, The (1990) as Director Of Photography
A teacher at a Catholic school travels to Ireland to meet the man with whom she has been corresponding for years. She realizes she has fallen in love with the man through the mail -- so she is crestfallen when she discovers he's a priest.
20.
My Left Foot (1989) as Director Of Photography
A man with cerebral palsy learns to paint with his foot.
21.
Now I Know (1988) as Director Of Photography
An American television director and and Irish student fall in love and struggle to keep their transatlantic affair alive.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

22.
Some Fish Can Fly (1999) as Additional Photography
A love story that follows the romantic comings and goings of Kevin, a New Yorker, and Nora, an Irish woman. The narrative spans ten years in their relationship, beginning on the night they meet. The film becomes a film within a film, as Kevin decides to make a movie about his affair with Nora and th
23.
Eureka (1984) as Gaffer
Twenty years after a prospector discovers gold and becomes one of the wealthiest men in the world, living on a Caribbean island with his alcoholic wife and daughter, a gangster and lawyer intrude on his paradise to build a casino.

Cinematography (special)

24.
Real Charlotte, The (1990) as Director Of Photography
A three-part presentation of "Masterpiece Theatre." Charlotte Mullen, a socially ambitious woman turns her small Irish village upside down by attempting to marry off her beautiful and flirtatious cousin to the local squire's son.

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