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Motorama Cinematographer
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  Ark Hunter (director of photography) (filming)
 2005 Def Leppard: Rock of Ages (Video)
 2004 Bad Boy's 10th Anniversary... The Hits (Video) (video "Victory")
 2000 Robbie Williams: Rock DJ (Video short)
 2000 Whitney Houston: The Greatest Hits (Video documentary) (segment "So Emotional")
 1999 Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael (Video documentary) (videos "Fastlove", "Killer/Papa Was A Rollin' Stone")
 1998 Lauryn Hill: Doo Wop (That Thing) (Video short)
 1997 Michael Jackson: HIStory on Film - Volume II (Video documentary) (segment "Stranger in Moscow")
 1997 Billy Joel: Greatest Hits Volume III (Video documentary) (video "The River Of Dreams")
 1997 Northern Lights (TV Movie)
 1996 George Michael: Fastlove (Video short)
 1992 Tina Turner: Love Thing (Video short)
 1991 Motorama (director of photography)
 1991 Extreme: More Than Words (Video short)
 1990 En Vogue: You Don't Have to Worry (Video short)
 1988 Neil Diamond: Greatest Hits Live (Video documentary) (music video "This Time")
 1988 Historia (Video documentary) ("Love Bites")
 1987 Guns N' Roses: Welcome to the Jungle (Video short) (director of photography)
 1984 Offnight (Short)
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