My not-up-to-date Reel.

2015 Reel - some recent work, some lovely music..

Chris is a multiple Emmy, ACS and WHNPA award winning Director of Photography with over 20 years of experience working around the globe. He enjoys being a visual story teller and the variety of projects that being a DP enables him to experience, from 60 Minutes assignments to commercials, programs and narrative projects.  

He's looking to work with creatives that enjoy collaborating on the story, the message and the light.  Chris also has a decent sense of humor which helps.  Based in Washington, dc.


This is the clip playing at the top behind the menu just in case you want to watch a certain part of it...(It may not be playing on a mobile device)

'Who's Your Doggie?', a fun one hour special for the super people at Redrock Films for National Geographic.                                                     

United Airlines spot: Summer Associate's Dream Takes Flight.  Fabulous story about a young woman on the way to becoming a United pilot.

Emmy Winning 60 Minutes one hour special on the Navy SEAL team that killed Bin Laden.

April Vokey at 240fps.  Who knew fly fishing looked this good?  Sizzle demo for 60 Minutes Sports.

WHNPA Lighting Award winner 2013.


How to make something dull interesting?  A server rack...think espionage, high frequency trading.                                                     

Every DP has one, footage shot during combat ops on a US Carrier, edited to mimic the start of Top Gun. It's 2009 so Standard Def, but still fun!

Spot with U.S. soccer players for Educators for High Standards, 'Game Plan For Success' with the great people at McCarthy Hennings Whalen.

United Airlines spot: 'Letter to my mother' for Mother's Day.


Emmy Nominated (60 Minutes) - A once in a lifetime opportunity to film at Mount Athos in Greece, a forgotten land of monasteries. The first DP in 31 years to film there.

WHNPA Lighting Winner.  If people can't tell that I've lit a scene, I feel I have succeeded.

Shot at 240fps in a warehouse in Delaware, this was not staged. Lit from above with a large soft source to provide enough light, yet maintain the gritty look of the illegal fighting industry. 

WHNPA (White House News Photographers Association) Award, News Magazine. 60 Minutes story on the Jouberts in Africa.

The Capitol, a sizzle for a 60 Minutes story.  The opening shots convey the majesty and scale of the space.


For fun:  Some advice I received from a director some of you may know.  Thanks to my good friend 60 Minutes DP Don Lee for this!

Antler Images:  I'm proud to be part of a select group of DP's positioned around the world who share a like-minded film-making ascetic. Also we're all Aussie's for some reason!