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Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Framed (2001) as Director Of Photography
While vacationing with his wife, New York City detective Mike Santini nabs Eddie Meyers, a key player in a money-laundering scheme and prepares him to testify in court as a witness. Santini is tested when the Meyers offers him millions of dollars to arrange his escape.
2.
Hostage Negotiator (2001) as Director Of Photography
Frank and Theresa Foley are respected agents with the FBI. Having completed the FBI's training course in hostage negotiation, Theresa has risen to the top of her field. Frank has not been doing quite as well. Theresa successfully negotiates the release of hostages in a botched bank robbery attempt,
3.
My Mother the Spy (2000) as Director Of Photography
Disappointed that her mother has always disappeared at important times in her life, Alison Shaeffer, a successful book editor, decides to track down her mother on a remote island in an effort to patch things up. But family secrets unravel when Allison discovers that her mother is a CIA agent after s
4.
Model Behavior (2000) as Director Of Photography
Alex Burrows is a shy teen attracted to her high school's top jock, Eric. But in the cruel world of teen hierarchy, Alex deems herself too low on the social ladder to even hope to talk to him. After an embarrassing encounter, Alex goes home and gazes upon a fashion magazine featuring reigning teen m
5.
Christy: The Movie (2000) as Director Of Photography
Christy Huddleston recounts the tales of her youth in early 20th century Tennessee to her daughter. It is the year 1912, and Christy, a young missionary comes to Cutter Gap, a fiercely traditional, independent Appalachian community. Christy is especially met with suspicion when she supports a move t
6.
Loretta Claiborne Story, The (2000) as Director Of Photography
Television movie based on the true story of Loretta Claiborne, a mentally and physically challenged African-American woman, who became a champion Special Olympics athlete. Unable to walk or talk before the age of 4, Claiborne holds the Special Olympics record for the one-mile run, has completed more
7.
Ultimate Deception (1999) as Director Of Photography
When bartender Terry Cuff marries Bobby Woodkin, she realizes she is one step closer to her dream of raising a family. Unable to have children, the couple decides to adopt. However, Terry does not realize that Bobby is wanted by the police. She thinks he is out arranging for an adoption, but in fact
8.
God's New Plan (1999) as Director Of Photography
Ellen and Brian are in love and have successful careers, but the one thing missing is a child. After a miscarriage, they are thrilled when they discover that they are expecting again. However, their lives are turned upside down when Ellen comes close to death when delivering their premature child Em
9.
Murder on Shadow Mountain, A (1999) as Director Of Photography
Barbara and Denny Traynor are happily married, with two teenagers, good friends and Denny's successful construction business. Late one night, chaos erupts in their home as Denny is abruptly arrested for the murder of a man named Wayne Kennedy in a killing in Oregon nearly 27 years earlier. In shock,
10.
Promise, The (1999) as Director Of Photography
Joanne Stoller, a devoted sister, has promised to seek justice for the brutal death of her sister Lisa Miles, who fell victim to her abusive husband, Bill. While seeking justice for her sister's murder, Joanne encounters failures in the justice system that lead her on a dangerous path.
11.
Cruel Justice (1999) as Director Of Photography
Jerry Metcalf dedicates himself to bringing his teenage daughter Amy's rapist to jail. But after the court system fails him, Jerry decides to take matters into his own hands -- even if it means murder.
12.
Scandalous Me: Jacqueline Susann Story, The (1998) as Director Of Photography
Television movie based on the life of Jacqueline Susann, author of "Valley of the Dolls." A look at the triumphs and tragedies of Jacqueline Susann, who grew up during the Depression and tried her luck as an actress in New York City in the 1940s. What she lacked in talent she made up with moxie and
13.
When Husbands Cheat (1998) as Director Of Photography
Married to a police detective, Tess McCall develops her inate skill as an investigator who helps friends and family uncover their adulterous spouses. Her powers of observation make her a good detective; Tess opens her own business and her client list quickly grows. As her business begins to flourish
14.
Goldrush: A Real Life Alaskan Adventure (1998) as Director Of Photography
Frances Ella "Fizzy" Fitz, a turn-of-the-century New York City secretary, decides to head for Alaska after news of the gold rush fills her with dreams of wealth. She convinces slick expedition leader P.T. Madison to let her join him as a typist for his burgeoning mining company. When Fizzy and her d
15.
Stepsister, The (1997) as Director Of Photography
Following the untimely death of her mother in an apparent accident and then the sudden death of her father, a young woman suspects her new stepmother and stepsister of foul play.
16.
All the Winters That Have Been (1997) as Director Of Photography
Dane Corvin returns to Raven Island where 20 years before he and Hannah Craven had fallen in love. She vowed never to see Dane again because he had arrested her brother, who he had been investigating. Dane is now determined to win her back and slowly re-enters her daily life. But Hanna has a secret,
17.
When Innocence is Lost (1997) as Director Of Photography
High school senior Erica French decides not to give her baby up for adoption, but to keep her daughter and better their lives by attending college. Committed to moving on with her life without the support of her baby's father, Erica enrolls her daughter in daycare while she attends class. The child's father and his family eventually decide they want custody of the baby and take Erica to court. They attempt to portray Erica as an unfit mother, an a heated courtroom battle ensues. Inspired by a true story.
18.
Remembrance (1996) as Director Of Photography
A television movie based on "Remembrance," Danielle Steel's novel, about an Italian woman who marries an American Army officer. Her mother-in-law refuses to accept her as a suitable wife for her son. After her husband's death, she struggles to raise her daughter any way she can.
19.
Maternal Instincts (1996) as Director Of Photography
When an emergency hysterectomy is performed on a woman who is desperate to have a baby, she plunges into madness, seeking revenge on those around her.
20.
Color Me Perfect (1996) as Director Of Photography
The life of a woman with limited intelligence is radically altered after receiving a ground-breaking DNA procedure.
21.
Silence of Adultery, The (1995) as Director Of Photography
A neglected wife and therapist, who teaches autistic children, has an affair with the father of one of her students.
22.
Other Mother: A Moment of Truth Movie, The (1995) as Director Of Photography
True-life drama about a woman's search to find the son she was forced to give up for adoption 18 years earlier. Based on Carol Shaefer's book.
23.
Ray Alexander: A Menu For Murder (1995) as Director Of Photography
Television movie about a semi-retired San Francisco private detective, Ray Alexander, who works out of his down-home cafe. When a judge's mistress is accused of killing her lover, Alexander sets out to clear her name -- uncovering a conspiracy that threatens an entire Third World country.
24.
Family Divided, A (1995) as Director Of Photography
A mother finds herself in a moral quandary when her son participates in a murderous gang rape and her lawyer husband wants to cover up his involvement.
25.
Picture Perfect (1995) as Director Of Photography
Two single parents who despise each other, and their respective children who are best friends, find themselves masquerading as the "perfect family" in order to win a contest.
26.
Where Are My Children? (1994) as Director Of Photography
When an unfairly-imprisoned single mother is released from jail, she finds that her three children are missing. Based on a true story.
27.
Betrayal of Trust (1994) as Director Of Photography
Story of a woman who fights to have her former psychiatrist convicted of rape after she realizes he has been having sex with her during her drug-induced "treatment" sessions for several years. Based on a true story.
28.
Heart of a Child (1994) as Director Of Photography
Based on the true story of two pregnant women who learn that their unborn babies will die shortly after their birth unless the transplanted heart of one can be used to save the other.
29.
Morning Glory (1993) as Director Of Photography
A reclusive widow living on a small Georgia farm in the 1940s marries a gentle ex-con, then must fight to save him when he's accused of murdering the sheriff's girlfriend.
30.
House on Sycamore Street, The (1992) as Director Of Photography
A former student of Dr. Sloan's is killed in what Sloan feels is a questionable suicide attempt.
31.
Diagnosis of Murder (1992) as Director Of Photography
A doctor investigates the murder of a corporate president when his patient is accused of the crime.
32.
Women of Windsor, The (1992) as Director Of Photography
A movie based on the stories of the two women who married into Britain's House of Windsor, Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.
33.
Terror on Track 9 (1992) as Director Of Photography
One of a series of television movies depicting the exploits of police detective Frank Janek. A series of murders by lethal injection occur in New York's Grand Central Station.
34.
Mrs. 'arris Goes to Paris (1992) as Director Of Photography
An English maid scrimps and saves to fulfill her dream of travelling to Paris to purchase a dress from the House of Dior.
35.
Christmas on Division Street (1991) as Director Of Photography
A young boy unexpectedly befriends a homeless man and learns the true meaning of sharing.
36.
Daddy (1991) as Director Of Photography
A successful executive is faced with rebuilding his life and caring for his three children when his wife of twenty years leaves her family. Based on Danielle Steel's novel "Daddy."
37.
Seduction in Travis County, A (1991) as Director Of Photography
Based on a true story, an Arkansas lawyer successfully defends a woman accused of murdering her husband. She subsequently becomes obsessed with him and plots to kill his wife.
38.
Kaleidoscope (1990) as Director Of Photography
A television movie based on Danielle Steel's novel "Kaleidoscope." A detective obeying a dying man's last wish tries to unravel the mystery of three sisters separated in childhood.
39.
Last Flight Out (1990) as Director Of Photography
A television movie based on a true story. A group of Americans risk their lives to take 500 Vietnamese civilians to safety aboard the last commercial flight out of Saigon at the end of the Vietnam War in 1975.
40.
Storm and Sorrow (1990) as Director Of Photography
Based on the true story of a young rock climber who at the last minute replaces an ailing USA team member at an international mountain climbing expedition in the USSR in 1974.
41.
Always Remember I Love You (1990) as Director Of Photography
A teenager discovers that he was stolen from his natural parents at the age of two and decides to leave his comfortable life to find his real family.
42.
Turn Back the Clock (1989) as Director Of Photography
A woman murders her husband at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve and discovers she is mysteriously reliving the previous, traumatic year.
43.
Prize Pulitzer, The (1989) as Director Of Photography
A television movie based on the book by Roxanne Pulitzer about her marriage to publishing heir Herbert "Pete" Pulitzer. After the birth of their twin sons, Herbert becomes increasingly possessive and jealous. In turn, Roxanne is seduced by the excesses of the very rich in Palm Beach. What began as a
44.
Swimsuit (1989) as Director Of Photography
An advertising agency launches a talent search to find the perfect model to represent a floundering swimsuit company.
45.
Tarzan in Manhattan (1989) as Director Of Photography
A movie based on the Edgar Rice Burrough's character, Tarzan. Tarzan flies to New York to seek the kidnappers of his chimpanzee pal, Cheetah. In their quest for the chimp, Tarzan and his self-appointed assistant Jane, a New York City cab driver, encounter a wealthy philantropist and big-game hunter
46.
Stranger on My Land (1988) as Director Of Photography
A television movie about a Vietnam veteran's fight to keep the government from seizing his ranch for the expansion of a nearby missile base.
47.
Stoning in Fulham County, A (1988) as Director Of Photography
A television movie about a young county prosecutor who fights to bring to trial a group of teenagers who harassed an Amish family in a small town and accidentally killed their infant child, despite the refusal of the infant's parents to press charges.
48.
Stranger in My Bed (1987) as Director Of Photography
A wife and mother struggles to recover her self-identity and the love of her family after a terrible car accident leaves her with total amnesia. After lying in a coma for nearly two weeks after the accident, Beverly Slater wakes and discovers she has suffered a memory loss. She tries hard to relearn
49.
Rolling Vengeance (1987) as Director Of Photography
50.
That Secret Sunday (1986) as Director Of Photography
A police cover-up of the murder of two young women at a wild party and the possible faking of a story by an overzealous young reporter seeking instant newspaper stardom is the theme of this suspense drama, filmed entirely in Vancouver as "Betrayal of Trust."
51.
Young Again (1986) as Director Of Photography
The wish of a 40-year-old executive to return to the fun-filled high school days of his youth is magically granted. But he forgets that seventeen-year-olds have problems -- especially when it comes to affairs of the heart.
52.
Vanishing Act (1986) as Director Of Photography
A television movie about a bridegroom and his missing bride, who may or may not be the woman he married. Harry Kenyon, a man on his honeymoon, walks into a police station at a ski resort and reports that his wife of one week has disappeared.<P>Police Lieutenant Rudameyer, a recent immigrant to the a
53.
Many Happy Returns (1986) as Director Of Photography
An average citizen who gets audited by an IRS office tries to meet its quota. The comedy relates the bizarre manner in which the IRS chooses to operate. Before the IRS is finished with their audit, Bud Robinson has had his bank accounts frozen, and his car, shop and house confiscated. To complicate
54.
Masterpiece Of Murder, A (1986) as Director Of Photography
Bob Hope, in his first made-for-TV movie as well as his first starring film in over a dozen years, teamed with veteran actor Don Ameche, playing a down-on-his-luck gumshoe and a wealthy retired master thief, respectively, to solve a string of art thefts and murders involving a stellar (by TV standar
55.
Letter to Three Wives, A (1985) as Director Of Photography
As three wives, friends from the same town, board a boat for a day-long charity cruise, they are handed a note from a mutual friend saying that she is running off with one of their husbands. The telefilm relates how each wife has reason to believe that hers is the husband in question.
56.
Park Is Mine, The (1985) as Director Of Photography
An emotionally shattered Vietnam veteran "takes" Central Park and holds it hostage as a protest against the government's indifference to his fellow veterans' plight.
57.
Murder in Space (1985) as Director Of Photography
The crew of a multi-national space probe is being systematically killed off and the problem faced by ground control, the CIA and the KGB is whether to let the craft land, possibly permitting the killer to escape through political hanky panky, or keep it aloft until the mystery is solved, while the n
58.
Bear, The (1984) as Director Of Photography
59.
Draw (1984) as Director Of Photography
Kirk Douglas is an old-time outlaw who finds himself trapped in a small Western town after a poker game ends in a gunfight and James Coburn is his old nemesis, a former lawman-turned-boozer, who is hired by the townfolk to flush him out. This light-hearted hoss opera was the fifth in HBO's made-for-
60.
Rona Jaffe's Mazes and Monsters (1982) as Director Of Photography
Four gifted college students' fantasy game -- a complex, theoretical war strategy played against a medieval background allowing each to assume other identities, plunge into various adventures, and keep from getting killed -- takes an ominous turn. A quartet of young, fairly-new-to-television actors
61.
Robbers of the Sacred Mountain (1982) as Director Of Photography
Curmudgeonly scientist John Marley (in one of his last roles) goes looking for an ancient artifact in the mountains of Mexico, accompanied by his teenage granddaughter, Louise Vallance, rugged journalist Simon MacCorkindale, and Mexican outfitter Blanca Guerra, before sinister tycoon George Touliato
62.
Parole (1982) as Director Of Photography
Boston parole officer James Naughton and a troubled young parolee (newcomer Mark Soper) who had been doing 1-to-15 for armed robbery, are the protagonists in this prospective series pilot about the day-to-day activities and personal life of a fictional P.O.. It was filmed in 1980 on location in and
63.
Circle of Two (1981) as Director Of Photography
64.
Nothing Personal (1980) as Director Of Photography
Lawyer Abigail Adams works with Professor Roger Keller in his effort to protect baby seals from slaughter.
65.
Running (1979) as Director Of Photography
American marathon runner Michael Andropolis sets his heart on representing his country at the Olympic games. Meanwhile his marriage has fallen apart and his children have no respect for him. He sets out on his task with determination and hope that his success will resolve his personal problems.
66.
Homer (1970) as Director of Photography

Film Production - Main (feature film)

67.
God Bless the Child (1988)
A television movie about a desperate mother caught in the cycle of poverty with her young daughter. circumstances beyond her control. An "ABC Theater" presentation. --BASELINE.
68.
Assault and Matrimony (1987)
The miserable marriage of a husband and wife leads to homicidal cat-and-mouse games as they try to kill each other but bungle each attempt.

Cinematography (special)

69.
Mimi & Me (1991) as Director Of Photography
A pilot for an unsold CBS series. An orthodontics student assists a woman who is being hunted by killers after she gains possession of a murdered man's very valuable ancient artifacts.
70.
Our Shining Moment (1991) as Director Of Photography
A pilot for a unsold series about a middle-class family. Set in 1963, an unbreakable father-son bond is forged when the thirteen-year-old son is expelled from school and runs into his secretly out-of-work dad in the park.

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

71.
Mary Higgins Clark's Let Me Call You Sweetheart (1997) as Director Of Photography
72.
Hart to Hart: Till Death Do Us Hart (1996) as Director Of Photography
73.
Harts in High Season (1996) as Director Of Photography
74.
Two Harts in 3/4 Time (1995) as Director Of Photography
75.
Island City (1994) as Director Of Photography
76.
Something Is Out There (1988) as Director Of Photography (Usa)
A two-part miniseries pilot about a beautiful intergalactic woman who joins forces with a local cop when his city is being terrorized by an escaped being from another world.
77.
Undergrads, The (1985) as Director Of Photography

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

78.
Christy: Choices of the Heart (2001) as Director Of Photography
Young teacher Christy Huddleston celebrates her one-year anniversary in Cutter Gap, Tennessee. It is the beginning of the 20th century, and a deadly typhoid epidemic hits the residents of the isolated mountain community. Dr. MacNeill exhausts himself caring for them, trying to get them to see that t
79.
Zoya (1995) as Director Of Photography
A Russian girl, Zoya, flees the Revolution and goes to Paris with her grandmother. She then marries an American soldier, moves to New York, is widowed, struggles to support her children, marries a garment-industry magnate, becomes a successful businesswoman and finally makes a poignant return to her
80.
Judith Kranz's Dazzle (1995) as Director Of Photography
A miniseries based on Judith Krantz's novel "Dazzle." A fashion photographer struggles to maintain her father's dream of preserving the family's valuable ranch property, in addition to overcoming her own personal tragedies and the pressures of a divided family.
81.
Kennedys of Massachusetts, The (1990) as Director Of Photography
A miniseries spanning 55 years of the Kennedy family, from the early courtship of Joseph Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald to the realization of the family's dreams with JFK's election to the presidency.
82.
Hands of a Stranger (1987) as Director Of Photography
An ambitious, recently-promoted narcotics inspector becomes obsessed with discovering the truth about the rape of his pretty, neglected wife, while becoming involved romantically with an equally ambitious woman DA. Filmed in Vancouver with, aside from the three leads and one or two others, an all-Ca

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