Good cinematography does not stem from one person alone, but from collaboration - most importantly between a cinematographer and director. I attempt to imbue my work with expressive, elegant, natural images. In that pursuit I generally like to work fast and light, steering clear of huge set-ups in favor of a stream-line approach that gives actors and director time and room to work. I often light with a big brush, eschewing detail work and keeping the big picture in mind. And, be it a feature or a commercial - I strive to suffuse my images with mood and tone befitting the work. I do my homework but stop at planning out every last detail. Creative space requires adaptability and room to breathe, it’s from such an open place that good work is born.