Cinematographer who’s known for his focus on various feature movies including Waitress, Waiting around, and his debut work, ONE. He went to Stanford School, graduating using a dual level in British and Communications. Then graduated in the School of Southern California’s College of Film & Television with an MFA. In 1998, he was called among the Best 25 New Encounters in Separate Film by Filmmaker Newspaper. He done the film GROOVE, that was nominated for an unbiased Spirit Award for Greatest Picture in 2000. He was raised in Hill Lakes, NJ. He started filming films on his Super 8 surveillance camera with his sibling at age group 9. He caused Anna Faris and Ryan Reynolds in the 2005 film Waiting around.