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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Con, The (1998) as Director Of Photography
Barbara, a New York con-woman in debt to a mobster, finds an easy mark in Bob, a humble, small-town bachelor who, unbeknownst to him, is about to inherit $100,000. Barbara assumes a different identity and moves to the small town of Pascagoula, Mississippi, in order to romance and marry Bob. Barbara,
2.
Politics of Cancer: A Study in Chaos, The (1995) as Cinematographer
An indictment of the medical profession, insurance and pharmacetical companies and the Federal government as they pertain to the treatment and cure of cancer--told by representatives of the above, as well as by cancer victims and concerned notables such as Senator Ted Kennedy.
3.
Mr. Nanny (1993)
Hulk Hogan is a wrestler facing a foe far scarier than anything he''s seen in the ring in the outrageous family comedy "The Nanny" (1993). Down-on-his-luck pro wrestler Sean Armstrong (Hogan) reluctantly takes a job as a bodyguard to a couple of rich kids and learns the hard way that children can be more terrifying than choke holds, body-slams and even guns. With Sherman Helmsley and Afa Anoai.
4.
Desperate Choices: To Save My Child (1992)
A young woman's life depends on a bone-marrow transplant that only her stepbrother can provide, but her parents are torn over the decision of whether he should be the donor.
5.
Missing Pieces (1991) as Director Of Photography
Wendell Dickens is a failed, but cheerfully optimistic, greet card writer. His friend, Lou Wimpole, is a failed, and hopeless pessimistic, cello player. When Wendell inherits a riddle from a distant Chinese relative, their luck soon changes... for the worse. The two set off in search of an answer, p
6.
Necessary Roughness (1991)
Comedy about a college football coach and his assistant who must clean up their team, captained by a 34-year-old quarterback who falls in love with a professor.
7.
Stephen King's Graveyard Shift (1990) as Director Of Photography
A drifter is hired to help clean out the basement of a run-down textile mill.
8.
Night Visions (1990) as Director Of Photography
A criminal-psychology grad student with a haunted past and a mysterious array of telepathic multiple personalities is caught up in a serial-killer investigation.
9.
Ernest Goes to Jail (1990)
Ernest gets mixed up with a lookalike in jail.
10.
Pet Sematary (1989)
The Creed family settles into their idyllic home in the countryside only to discover that it sits next door to a pet cemetery - built on an ancient Indian burial ground. Their mysterious new neighbor, Jud Crandall, hides the cemetery''s darkest secret...until a family tragedy brings the secret to life. Now, an unthinkable evil is about to be resurrected.
11.
Ernest Saves Christmas (1988)
Ernest meets Santa Claus and helps him in his search for a successor.
12.
After the Rain (1988) as Director Of Photography
After her business owner father kicks pregnant Annie May Bonner out of his house, she marries Jesse, the working-class son of one of her father's employees.
13.
Wild Pair, The (1987) as Director Of Photography
14.
Last Fling, The (1987)
A man meets the woman of his dreams but discovers that not only isn't she the woman she says she is, but also that she is about to marry another man, and won't call the wedding off.
15.
Great Wall Is a Great Wall, The (1986) as Director Of Photography
16.
Izzy and Moe (1985)
Two ex-vaudevillians become federal Prohibition agents during the 1920s and utilize their wits and vaudeville talents to go after a bootlegger.
17.
C.H.U.D. (1984)
18.
Wildrose (1984) as Director Of Photography
A strong-willed woman fights for her own identity and independence. June Lorich works at the Mesabi Mine on northern Minnesota's Iron Range. Recovering from an abusive marriage, June is determined to make it on her own. Hard work and decent pay give her the first financial independence she has ever
19.
Reuben, Reuben (1983) as Director Of Photography
20.
Beach House (1982) as Director Of Photography
21.
Friday the 13th, Part II (1981)
Serial murderer, Jason believed to have drowned in Crystal Lake, returns to camp to take his revenge on the young camp counselors.
22.
Friday the 13th (1980)
In 1957, a boy named Jason Voorhees drowned while staying at Camp Crystal Lake, due to the negligence of the staff. The next year, two camp counselors were killed, and the camp was closed. A few years later, fires and other problems prevented the camp from re-opening. In 1979, ignoring the camp curse, a new owner opens the place, and before long, a mysterious figure is stalking the area, and once again, people are being murdered.
23.
Just Crazy About Horses (1978) as Director Of Photography
The attraction to the world of thoroughbred horses by the rich and aristocratic classes is examined in this documentary. The English upper class is found to regard equine rituals as a fundamental component of their way of life, whereas rich investors merely see horse-breeding as money-making source.

Producer (feature film)

24.
Politics of Cancer: A Study in Chaos, The (1995) as Producer
An indictment of the medical profession, insurance and pharmacetical companies and the Federal government as they pertain to the treatment and cure of cancer--told by representatives of the above, as well as by cancer victims and concerned notables such as Senator Ted Kennedy.

Cinematography (special)

25.
Tupperware! (2004)
Explores the lives of Earl Silas Tupper and Brownie Wise. Wise was the single divorced mother who, in the early 1950's, convinced Tupper to sell his products exclusively at home parties.
26.
Thrill Rides Las Vegas Style (2001)
Documentary about rollercoasters, water rides, indoor skydiving, "real" racing cars, aerobatic airplanes and other thrillrides available to visitors in Las Vegas, Nevada.
27.
Midwife's Tale, A (1998)
Dramatization of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book about Martha Ballard, a midwife and mother in the wilds of Maine during the decades following the American Revolution. Ballard, kept a 27-year diary, from which Laurel Thatcher Ulrich wrote her book. An extraordinary woman, Ballard struggled against p
28.
Harambee! (1996) as Director Of Photography
Set during the celebration of Kwanzaa, a recovering drug addict who now counsels drug users, inspires the residents of a Brooklyn housing project to apply the principles of the holiday (mutual well-being, self determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativ
29.
Collection Completed (1989)
A recently retired man notices that his wife spends too much time with the family pets. As a result, he develops an usual hobby -- taxidermy. The wife gets her own form of revenge and finds a way to bring the family back together.
30.
Don't Touch (1985)
A babysitter must make the biggest decision of her life when she recognizes from her own personal experiences the signs that the child she cares for is being molested.
31.
Mom's on Strike (1984) as Director Of Photography
A harried working mother pitches a tent on her front lawn and goes on strike against her family in order to get them to assume their household responsibilities.
32.
Haunted Mansion Mystery, The (1983)
Angel Wilson and Billy Beak, an adventurous girl and boy, are determined to solve the mystery of a missing miser and his supposed million dollar fortune.
33.
Oh, Boy! Babies! (1983)
A group of sixth grade boys who take an unusual course in infant care, and practice on real babies during their lessons.
34.
Robbers, Rooftops and Witches (1982) as Director Of Photography
Three adaptations of short stories by famous authors are presented: "The Chaparral Prince" by O. Henry, "Antaeus" by Borden Deal, and "The Invisible Boy" by Ray Bradbury.
35.
Private Contentment (1982) as Director Of Photography
A young soldier, bound for the front in World War II, makes a last visit home to attend to his mother's funeral -- and finds that his charming, traveling salesman father has had a second family for many years.
36.
Color of Friendship, The (1981) as Director Of Photography
The story of friendship between two 13-year-old boys, one black and one white, that unfolds in a small, predominantly white, town that has just begun a school integration program. The boys' friendship is strengthened when racial unrest upsets the community and their relationship faces its most cruc
37.
Starstruck (1981)
An "ABC Afterschool Specials" presentation about Alicia Marlin, a teenage singer-guitarist who dreams of becoming a professional singer, but faces conflict from her hard-working mother, who wants her to become a bookkeeper.

Film Production - Main (special)

38.
How to Raise a Street-Smart Child (1987)
A documentary offering parents important tips on how their children can protect themselves against the dangers they face in today's society. The program features observations by police officials who have dealt with such problems and commentary by John Walsh, the father of Adam Walsh, whose abduction
39.
About Charles Ives (1975)
A film about American composer Charles Ives and performances of some of his works.

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

40.
Parent Trap II (1986) as Director Of Photography

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

41.
Elvis and Me (1988)
A two-part miniseries based on the best-selling book by Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, which tells the story of the woman who lived with Elvis Presley for 14 years.

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