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  • Green Day – Broadway Idiot

    Green Day – Broadway Idiot

    Doug Hamilton’s eye-opening chronicle of the production of the Broadway musical “American Idiot” captures the frenetic and electrifying artistic energy of the cast and creative forces hard at work transforming Green Day’s “American Idiot” album from the sonic realm to the New York stage. Taking the cameras backstage and behind-the-scenes, Doug elevates the musical documentary genre to new heights, allowing the viewer the opportunity to see the nuts and bolts of the theater world from all sides. “Broadway Idiot” goes […]

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  • 1968 with Tom Brokaw / The year that everything changed (Dir. of Photography 2007)

    1968 with Tom Brokaw / The year that everything changed (Dir. of Photography 2007)

    Television news legend Tom Brokaw takes a penetrating retrospective look at 1968, a pivotal year in American history that saw the assassinations of MLK and RFK, the Tet Offensive, a sea change in pop culture and more. Including rare archival footage, recent interviews of key players and the perspective of four intervening decades, this provocative documentary brings to life the tragedies and triumphs of the sixties’ most memorable year. (source:netflix) During the filming of this documentary I field testing the […]

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  • Mozocam in Harlem

    Mozocam in Harlem

    These are some selects taken from footage shot for the NBC special “Conviction”. The Mozocam is such an effective tool in an urban environment…that we just had to showcase it. All imagery was shot in RED Cinema. Enjoy!

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  • Sing Sing – long format 2012 EMMY nominee, Cinematography

    Sing Sing – long format 2012 EMMY nominee, Cinematography

    2012 EMMY Nominated for Cinematography!   About 4 months ago NBC had asked me to shoot with the Mozocam for their “Conviction” special.  Up until this point there had been very limited access granted for shooting the interiors of Sing Sing prison that sits about 20 miles north of NYC on the Hudson. Producer Dan Slepian had spent 10 years working on this story and wanted cinematic footage of the prison and other story elements. We made the most of […]

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