Karl von Moller graduated from the Swinburne Film & TV School in Australia. Karl's documentary credits include "Marrying In" by Lea Bolton and "Original Schtick" for Maciej Wszelaki. von Moller shot additional material for the movies "Subterano," "The Honorable Wally Norman," and "Under the Gun." Moreover, Karl also photographed the AFI Award-winning short "Break & Enter." His first feature as the principal director of photography was the 1995 art-house picture "Freedom Deep." von Moller collaborated with director Mark Hartley on the exploitation cinema documentaries "Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation!" and "Machete Maidens Unleashed!". He photographed the Australian component of Roger Donaldson's "The Bank Job." In addition, Karl was the cinematographer on the down under fright flicks "Storm Warning" and "Long Weekend." Outside of his feature film work, von Moller has also shot and directed many music videos and TV commercials for such clients as the Australian Defense Force, Canon, and Hewlard Packard.