OConnor Close Up offers some insight into the minds of our inspirational customers. From their inspirations to artistic influences and favorite locations, get a fascinating view into the world of some of the industry’s leading cinematographers.
Paul Cameron, ASC has worked on some of the most visually groundbreaking feature films in the past decade.
Born into a theatrical dynasty, Gabriel Beristain became involved in Mexico’s independent film scene in the 1970s.
One of only 11 women invited to join the prestigious American Society of Cinematographers, New York-based Director of Photography Reed Morano ASC is one of the most prolific cinematographers in the business.
Emmy Award winning cinematographer Crescenzo Notarile ASC lives a bi-coastal life, splitting his time between Los Angeles and SoHo, New York.
Dean Cundey, ASC first attracted widespread attention when he collaborated with John Carpenter on the production of Halloween (1978). The two filmmakers continued to work together on such memorable films as The Fog, Escape from New York, The Thing, Halloween II and III, and Big Trouble in Little China.
Blake McClure is a cinematographer who shoots a wide variety of styles, connected by his ever-present attention to detail in his lighting work.
David Procter is an award-winning Director of Photography and operator for film, cinematic documentary, commercials and music promos. Captivated by strong narratives, whether derived from fact or fiction, David is drawn to evocative subject matter.
During his vast career in creating images, Geoff Boyle has taken a particular interest in the advances of technology and has since used that knowledge to advise others about digital technology.