Shot a total of eight John G. Avildsen films, first gaining attention for the gritty color of the director's "Rocky" (1976) and won two Emmy Awards (for the 1981 TV film, "The Letter" and the 1983 series "Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer").
Cinematography (Feature Film)
Misc. Crew (Feature Film)
Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)
First feature credit as cinematographer, "The Proper Time"
Began collaboration with director Tom Laughlin shooting TV commercials for Max Factor and Marlboro
Shot the CBS TV-movie "Sole Survivor"
First collaboration with John G. Avildsen, "Save the Tiger"
Garnered Emmy nomination for his work on the NBC remake of "The Entertainer"
Shot the Oscar-winning "Rocky", directed by Avildsen
Received second Emmy nomination for cinematography on the ABC miniseries "Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years"
Was director of photography on "The China Syndrome"
Received Oscar nomination for "The Formula"
Won Emmy for his work on the TV remake of "The Letter" (ABC)
Final feature, "For Keeps", also directed by Avildsen
Last TV work, the ABC miniseries "Baby M"; received Emmy nomination