credits DOP/Operator unless noted
In A Diary”
feature, directed by Bob Stampfl of Entropy Pictures.
Starring Kate Trotter and Michael Burgess. Awarded
most Outstanding First Feature Film at The 43rd
International Film Festival of Salerno, Italy.
MOW for Lifetime Television USA release.
Produced by ABC Pictures, Los Angeles by Barbara
True life story about a woman who survived the 1995
Shot in Calgary. Director: John Korty (Miss Jane
Pittman). Super 16mm.
the Oklahoma City aftermath
photo in the rubble - Oklahoma City MOW
hour special for telecast on CBC, PBS, and BBC,
starring Graham Green and Tom Jackson. Co-produced
by Owl TV & Credo Group. Director: Michael Scott.
Nominated Best Cinematography Dramatic - Manitoba
Blizzards 95. 16mm.
“The Reckoning”, produced by Telestories
Entertainment, starring Michael Beck. Director:
David Robertson. 16mm.
by Lovesong Television, starring Dack Rambo. Director,
Henry Less. 16mm.
produced by Lovesong Television, starring Sam Berens.
Director: David Robertson. 16mm.
by Lovesong Television, starring Teri Austin and
Ted Shakleford. Director: Henry Less. 16mm.
Hours: True Crime”
20 part docudrama series for telecast on CBC and
TLC. This show utilizes the Panasonic 720p HD Varicam
and features unique visual elements including altered
shutter speeds, film lenses, swing tilt focus, letterbox
widescreen, and interviews with direct eyelines.
Directors on “72 Hours” include Eric
Till, David Acomba, Harvey Crossland, Howie Wiseman,
Gail Singer, and Johnny Silver. (6 shows full credit
DOP/Operator - 10 shows shared credit)
location for “72 Hours - True Crime”
720p HD video with 25-250 film zoom!
series produced by Salter Street Films for Global
TV. Directors: Michael Kennedy, Giles Walker, David
Storey, Stephen Reynolds, Andy Price. Production
Supervisor: Michael Mahoney. Cast: Ron James, Colin
Mochrie, Richard Donat. Digital Betacam widescreen.
(DOP/Operator 1st season)
seasons - TV series for Discovery Channel - and
TLC (“The Secrets of Forensic Science”).
Also CTV, APTN, TVO. Includes dramatic re-creations
of crimes. Hosted by Graham Green. Stylized look
with portable Mini DV cameras. Awards for best photography
2000 Geminis and Best Cinematography 2000 CSC Awards.
Also Nominated best photography 1998 and 1999 Gemini
Awards. Directors on “Exhibit A” include
Holly Dale, Harvey Crossland, Ried Dunlop, Alan
Goluboff, Allan Moyle, Gail Harvey, Deborah Samuel,
Allan Gough, and Peter Wellington. (DOP/Operator
pilot series for Court TV produced by Red Apple
Entertainment. Shot in Salt Lake City. Director:
Howie Wiseman. Nominated Best Cinematography 2003
CSC Awards. Mini DV.
re-creation for The Learning Channel series, Turning
Points. Produced by Transatlantic Films, UK. Shot
on PAL Betacam.
hour for CBC’s “Inside Stories”.
Director: Nancy Botkin. 16mm.
half hour for CBC series “Family Pictures”.
Director, Elise Swerehone. 16mm.
series. Co-production between Rudy Inc. and PBS
Television. Promos for the show featured Shelley
TV special, Docudrama produced by Luft Films and
the O.P.P. USA video version sponsored by Speedy
Muffler. Other versions, “Travel Safe”
and “Fire Safe”. Director: Brad Luft.
theme attraction production featuring dramatic recreations
of the history of Manitoba, including multiple 5
screen, 3D, Peppers Ghost Illusion, and Animatronics.
Visual production by Credo Group. (shared DOP credit)
laser disc, multi screen presentation for Ontario
Government in Thunder Bay. Footage included dramatic
re-creations of the fur trade using Old Fort William
as a backdrop. Prisma Light, producer. 16mm.
Animals”, series on Discovery Channel
“Turning Points”, Barna Alper series
for History Channel
history of Mi’kmaq indians for History Channel
“Unholy Water”, CTV Special
From Karelia”, NFB historical special
UNIT DOP CREDITS
Falls”, Breakthrough Entertainment.
Affairs”, Shaftsbury Films. Producer: Christina
“The Carolyn McCarthy Story”,
German TV series. Blue Hawk Productions.
Fu, The Legend Continues”, Warner Brothers.
“Indian Summer”, U.S. feature film.
(Sony 1080i, 24p, Panasonic Varicam and 480p)
HDTV shoot credits include
True Crime” series (see above under Television
“Sacred Balance”, a
special 4 hour series with David Suzuki for CBC
and PBS, “Virgin Mary” (working title),
one hour documentary on religious paranormal produced
by actor Yaphet Kotto (Homicide, Alien) --- Yaphet’s
comment: “Looks just like film”.
IIC Exhibit”, HD green screen inserts of actors
for CGI interactive presentation for UK nuclear
power plant. Second unit work on “Paradise
Falls” with the Panasonic 480p camera.
technical article: “HDTV: Looking at the Future
of Film and Video”.
Produced a comprehensive HDTV vs. Film test shoot
for the CSC.
HDTV Showcase ‘99, Vancouver.
Sony and Panavision Workshops to study HDCAM image