SOC Lifetime Achievement Awards Tribute Book 2018

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The Society of Camera Operators (SOC) welcomes you to our gala Lifetime Achievement Awards. We are honoring the craft of the operator and celebrating the crew. The SOC also acknowledges outstanding individuals through our Lifetime Achievement Awards. Thank you for joining the Society of Camera Operator Lifetime Achievement Awards 2018.


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About the SOC The Society of Camera Operators began in 1979 as the Society of Operating Cameramen (SOC)—an organization dedicated to the advancement of the art and creative contributions of the camera operator in the motion picture and television industries. Thirteen camera operators banded together with the goal of advancing the position of the working camera operator in the motion picture and television industries. They drew up a Constitution & By-laws and the Society of Operating Cameramen was born. Having since changed its name to The Society of Camera Operators, the SOC continues to bring industry leaders and cinematic artists into close confederation. Society members are kept at the forefront of the industry’s ever-advancing technology through continuing workshops and corporate sponsored equipment showcases. Our Camera Operator quarterly magazine is noted for its significant contribution to the industry. Informative articles and interviews range from historical pieces to in-depth coverage of the most current technology.

Incorporated as a nonprofit charitable organization in 1981, the SOC dedicates its full support to The Vision Center at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Annually, the SOC meets this challenge with proceeds from the Lifetime Achievement Awards. To further honor the talented men and women behind the camera, the first SOC Lifetime Achievement Awards took place in 1981. Since its start, over 100 golden Cammy statuettes have been awarded, along with over 30 Technical Achievement awards.

Our Mission The Society of Camera Operators (SOC) advances the art, craft, and creative contributions of the camera operator. The SOC is an internationally recognized professional honorary Society. The core activities of the Society are the annual SOC Awards, publishing the Society’s magazine Camera Operator, and our charitable commitment to The Vision Center at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Vision is the most important sense that camera operators use in our daily work. As such, it bonds SOC members to children with vision problems.

We serve the SOC membership through our commitment to advancing the role of the camera operator by providing education, supporting the development of technology and production methods, and honoring the members who have served before us.



President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms

George Billinger Mitch Dubin Dan Turrett Susan Campbell Bill McClelland Dan Gold

COMMITTEE CHAIRS Awards George Billinger, Mitch Dubin, Dan Gold, Bill McCelland, Dave Thompson, Dan Turrett Charity Alica Robbins Constitution & By Laws Mitch Dubin, Frank Kay, David Sammons Events Mark August Historical Mike Frediani Membership (Co-Chair) Dan Turrett, Dan Gold

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George Billinger Bonnie Blake Susan Campbell Mitch Dubin David Emmerichs Eric Fletcher Mike Frediani Dan Gold Chris Haarhoff Bill McClelland David Sammons Lisa Stacilauskas Chris Taylor Dave Thompson Daniel Turrett



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The Vision Center at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles About The Vision Center The Vision Center at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is an international referral center for children with complex eye diseases. It is one of the few centers in the country to offer expertise in virtually every pediatric ophthalmologic subspecialty. Board-certified pediatric ophthalmologists care for more than 15,000 patients and perform more than 1,500 ophthalmic surgeries each year, making The Vision Center one of the largest, most respected centers of its kind, treating nearly 20 percent of all retinoblastoma cases diagnosed annually in the United States. Among other innovations, physicians at The Vision Center use spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SDOCT) to diagnose retinal detachment in retinopathy of prematurity (ROP), a potentially blinding eye disorder affecting premature infants, and were the first to combine SDOCT with the novel ocular endoscope to treat ROP. This device grants surgeons the ability to correct this potentially blinding disorder in premature infants.

About Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is a nonprofit pediatric health care organization dedicated to creating hope and building healthier futures for children. Selected as the premier children’s hospital in California and among the top five in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, we treat 107,000 young patients annually from Los Angeles and around the world. As a pediatric charity of choice, the hospital relies on the generosity of the community to support its groundbreaking pediatric research and the complex care it provides for critically ill and injured children.

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Presidents Award Meryl Streep For almost 40 years, Meryl Streep has portrayed an astonishing array of characters in a career that has cut its own unique path from the theater through film and television. Ms. Streep was educated in the New Jersey public school system through high school, graduated cum laude from Vassar College, and received her MFA with honors from Yale University in 1975. She began her professional life on the New York stage, where she quickly established her signature versatility and verve as an actor. Within three years of graduation, she made her Broadway debut, won an Emmy (for Holocaust) and received her first Oscar nomination (for The Deer Hunter). She has won three Academy Awards and in 2018, in a record that is unsurpassed, she earned a 21st Academy Award nomination for her role in The Post. Her performance also earned her Best Actress nominations for the Golden Globes and Critics’ Choice Awards. Ms. Streep has pursued her interest in the environment through her work with Mothers and Others, a consumer advocacy group that she co-founded in 1989. M&O worked for ten years to promote sustainable agriculture, establish new pesticide regulations, and ensure the availability of organic and sustainably grown local foods. Ms. Streep also lends her efforts to Women for Women International, the Committee to Protect Journalists, Donor Direct Action, Women in the World Foundation, and Partners in Health.

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She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and has been accorded a Commandeur de L’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Government and an honorary César. She received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Film Institute, a 2008 honor from the Film Society of Lincoln Center, and the 2010 National Medal of Arts from President Obama. In 2011, Ms. Streep received a Kennedy Center Honor, and in 2014 the Presidential Medal of Freedom. She holds honorary doctorates from Yale, Princeton, Harvard, Dartmouth, and Indiana Universities, the University of New Hampshire, Lafayette, Middlebury, and the Barnard College medal. Her husband, artist Don Gummer, and she are the parents of a son and three daughters.

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Governors Lifetime Achievement Award John Bailey, ASC John Bailey, ASC (Director of Photography) began his career as an assistant cameraman in 1970, working on the Monte Hellman cult film “Two Lane Backtop” which went on to be entered in the National Film Registry in 2012. He has been a cinematographer since 1978 and has enjoyed relationships with directors as diverse as Paul Schrader, Robert Redford and Nat Faxon & Jim Rash on their feature film directorial debut, “The Way Way Back”. Bailey served for thirteen years on the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the last three as a vice-president, as well as on the Board of Governors of the American Society of Cinematographers as both secretary and a vice-president. He currently serves as the Academy’s representative on the Library of Congress’s National Film Preservation Board, which each year selects 25 titles for the National Film Registry. Bailey has been married to eminent film editor Carol Littleton since 1972, a sort of record in Hollywood dual career circles. In an eclectic career, he photographed and directed the Imax concert film “N’Sync: Bigger Than Live” and has photographed such mainstream Hollywood films as “Ordinary People”, offbeat films such as Norman Mailer’s “Tough Guys Don’t Dance”, and art house/indies and documentaries such as “Swimming to Cambodia”. Bailey also directed the 1994 film noir thriller “China Moon,” starring Ed Harris, Benecio del Toro and Madeline Stowe, “Mariette in Ecstasy” from Ron Hansen’s acclaimed novel, as well as movies of one person Broadway plays, David Hare’s “Via Dolorosa” and Lily Tomlin’s “The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe”.

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Bailey has written essays and film articles for the New York Times, “American Cinematographer” Magazine, ICG Magazine and the DGA Monthly and has long supported American independent and student filmmaking. For more than eight years he has written a series of essays covering eclectic arts topics on a blog titled John’s Bailiwick hosted by the American Society of Cinematographers.


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Distinguished Service Lifetime Achievement Award Denny Clairmont By the time Denny was 12 years old his interest was anything that had an engine in it. He soon got involved in drag racing, and time trials at the dry lakes. Denny and his brother opened a speed shop early in the 1960’s. In 1966 Denny and Terry decided to get involved in motion picture cameras. They wanted to follow in the foot steps of their Cinematographer father, Leonard. Leonard started training Denny and Terry in photography. Denny and Terry both got jobs working at Birns and Sawyer in 1966 with the idea to learn about the cameras and then go out into the field as camera assistants. Denny fell in love with the cameras and lenses. With his experience in racing engines precision cameras became natural. In 1969 Denny became head of the Birns and Sawyer camera and lens department, making precision repairs and modifications. In 1976 Denny and Terry started their own camera rental company with a partner Ed Engle who was a rental sales person at Birns and Sawyer. Engle retired in 1980. Over his career Denny has received the following awards; Two Emmy’s 2001 for designing special lens systems and for designing special camera systems. SOC 2007 the Presidents award. Academy of Motion Pictures 2011 Bonner Award. CSC in 2012 Bill Hilson Award. 2014 ASC Bud Stone Award.

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Camera Operator Lifetime Achievement Award P. Scott Sakamoto, SOC P. Scott Sakamoto, SOC, has been operating “A” camera and Steadicam since 1992. He is a Los Angeles native and in 1983 began his career as a camera assistant with Newton Thomas Sigel on Latino and Haskell Wexler on Matewan. Scott had the privilege to work early in his career with Haskell, Conrad Hall and Caleb Deschanel, all of whom greatly influenced his aesthetic and filmmaking style. This lead to more opportunities to work with great cinematographers including Wally Pfister, Phedon Papamichael, Robert Elswit and Emmanuel “Chivo” Lubezki. Scott’s credits include The Patriot, Road to Perdition, Michael Clayton, The Dark Knight Rises, The Revenant, Kong: Skull Island, Alien: Covenant, and most recently, Black Panther.

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Camera Technician Lifetime Achievement Award John Connor John Connor grew up traveling around the country with his family watching his Father work on movies as a camera assistant. John gradually learned about cameras and the crews behind the scenes growing up. By the time John started high school being on movie sets was second nature. He was so fascinated with the movie making process he wanted to be on set more than school, so he visited every chance possible. After High School the transition into the film industry was natural, starting out as a camera PA until he got a break loading film on a project. He spent the next few years working with his Father and worked his way up to Focus pulling. John‘s desire to improve the tools and techniques used to pull focus spawned new ideas including using wireless focus and monitoring the image remotely on ground cameras, with that John gained the attention needed to work with the top Directors and Cameraman at the time. Tony Scott called on John for a few movies with some of the most difficult focus situations of his career. That work propelled him to an even higher level, putting him in line to work on many of the Top films with amazing Directors and Cinematographers over the next 20 years. Those years and many different projects formed his personality, work ethic and ultimately the passion that drives his creative side today as a Cinematographer and the art of telling stories through moving pictures.

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Mobile Camera Platform Operator Lifetime Achievement Award Dan Pershing Dan Pershing has been working in the movie business for more than three decades. He began working as a dolly grip in the early 1990s and quickly honed his skills working on such films as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, Gridlock’d, and End of Days. In 1991, Bill Pope asked Dan to work with him on Adams Family, beginning a relationship that spanned many years and movies such as Matrix Reloaded, Team America, and The Jungle Book. Among the many other significant films that Dan has contributed to are: Live By Night, Suburbicon, The Hateful Eight Django Unchained, Men in Black 3, Eat, Pray, Love, Iron Man, and Spiderman. Dan is currently working with Jacques Jouffret on Mile 22.

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Still Photographer Lifetime Achievement Award JoJo Whilden JoJo grew up in Monterey, California and started working as a photojournalist on weekend assignments for the Alameda Times-Star, at the same times she attended San Francisco State University to earn her BA. Post University she moved to London and did lots of traveling throughout Europe and Southeast Asia, eventually settling in NYC. She earned an MFA in photography and new media from the International Center for Photography and New York University while working as a photo editor at Marcel Saba’s quality photojournalism agency. She got her start in the film industry working on a seminal indie film directed by her dear friend Lisa Cholodenko called High Art. The job started out as favor for a friend, shooting the photos used on set for the principle photographer character. JoJo would step into the actresse’s marks, shoot film, rush it the photo lab and make prints all night in the darkroom at ICP to return to set the next day. After grad school, JoJo opened an art studio in Brooklyn to continue her fine art practice in photography and video art, and was awarded a residential fellowship at the Edna St. Vincent Millay Colony for the Arts. Her work has been shown at the ClampART Gallery, the Center for Photography at Woodstock, the Jack Tilton Gallery, The Haifa Museum of Art, The South Bank Center in London. In addition to studio work, she taught photography and video at the School of Visual Arts and NYU. High Art went on to premiere at Sundance and the Cannes Film Festival, unwittingly leading to more photo assignments on dozens of independent films shot mostly in the NYC area. In 2003, JoJo was invited to join the International Cinematographers Guild (local 600) and has continued to work on numerous influential film and television projects. In 2012 she was invited to join the Society of Motion Picture Still Photographers. Photo courtesy of JoJo Whilden

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JoJo met her spouse, independent film producer Susan Stover, while working on High Art, they married in 2014 and have two teenage sons Ansel and William.














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Technical Achievement Award Stuart Cram, DJI Creative Studio Stuart Cram is a Marketing Manager of DJI Professional Products out of DJI’s regional office in Burbank, CA. Since joining DJI in 2015, he has helped connect DJI to the US production community, allowing for direct feedback and engagement with professionals across film and television. Through many of these efforts, DJI has supported award-winning projects such as Game of Thrones, Better Call Saul, and Fear the Walking Dead. Before joining DJI, Stuart served as a liaison between major brands and entertainment properties at the agency level, representing brands such as iRobot, Jack Daniel’s, and Bombardier.

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The SOC Board of Governors Foundation Award for Cinematic Art & Science ARRI, Inc Sebastien Laffoux is the Vice President of Sales for the Camera Division of ARRI Inc in the Americas. Sebastien grew up in France and his passion for filmmaking led him to the UK where he began his career in the industry working for Cine-Europe Ltd and Panavision UK in 1997. In 2001 he joined ARRI Canada Ltd as Technical Sales Representative when the ARRICAM system was coming to market. He has studied Business Management as the University of Toronto. Over the years, he has helped countless filmmakers transition from analogue film capture to what is known today as digital cinematography. Sebastien was recognized for his contribution to ARRI’s success in Canada and he relocated with his family to Los Angeles in 2017. His passion for filmmaking is stronger than ever, he is always looking to enhance the creative tool set.

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Camera Operator of the Year - Feature Film Nominees Roberto De Angelis, SOC Baby Driver

Colin Anderson, SOC The Phantom Thread

Mitch Dubin, SOC The Post

Roberto De Angelis is a camera/Steadicam operator born in Rome, Italy. He attended Italy’s cinematography school, Istituto di Istruzione Superiore Statale Cine-TV Roberto Rossellini, graduating in 1989. De Angelis’ feature credits as an operator include; Avatar, Public Enemies, La Vie En Rose, 13 Hours, The Jungle Book, and Baby Driver. His television credits include the award-winning HBO series Luck produced by David Milch and Michael Mann, and the pilot for Amazon’s Man in the High Castle. De Angelis was also the director of photography on Philip Noyce’s Mary & Martha, starring Hilary Swank. Most recently, De Angelis was the director of photography on the documentary Faces Places, co-directed by renowned filmmaker Agnès Varda and multimedia artist JR. Faces Places is short-listed for Best Documentary for this year’s Academy Awards, the Cèsars and Independent Spirit Awards. De Angelis has also directed several short films and high-profile 2nd unit sequences.

Born and raised in South Africa, Colin had 10 years of experience in the film industry before moving to Los Angeles in 1992. He has worked mainly on feature films, notably with directors J.J. Abrams, Paul Thomas Anderson, and Ben Affleck. His collaboration with J.J. Abrams includes all five films that he has directed: Mission Impossible III, both Star Trek films, Super 8, and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Other films he has worked on are; There Will Be Blood, Good Night, and Good Luck, The Town, Argo, The Master, and the Martin Scorsese film, Silence. In 2017, Colin completed Phantom Thread, as well as Skyscraper.

Mitch Dubin SOC, started his career working as a post-production PA on Apocalypse Now at Zoetrope Studios in San Francisco. During the additional photography of The Black Stallion and Apocalypse Now he realized working on the set behind the camera was where he wanted to be. Thirty years later, he has been the camera operator on over eighty feature films, including sixteen films as the A camera operator for Steven Spielberg. Mitch has been fortunate to have worked on many great films with exceptionally talented crews including such films as: Saving Private Ryan, Lincoln, Jerry Maguire, Any Given Sunday, and Heathers.

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Gilles Corbeil, SOC The Shape of Water

Stephen Campanelli, SOC Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Gilles Corbeil, SOC was born in North Bay Ontario, Canada. His first camera assignment was in third grade covering a school trip. He attended Ryerson Film School and shot docs in Europe during summer breaks. Gilles was DP on several low-budget features including The Brain. While working as 2nd AD on Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop, his wife, Christina Kaufmann, convinced producer, Hebert Leonard to give Gilles a shot as operator.

Stephen Campanelli, SOC never realized that the Super 8 films he made as a 12 year-old would ever lead him down the incredible path that has made up his career. Working his way up from camera trainee to A camera operator, Stephen quickly fell in love with the Steadicam, and immediately took the course from the esteemed inventor, Garrett Brown. The rest, as they say is history. In 1994, he hooked up with his boyhood idol, Clint Eastwood, on Bridges of Madison County, and this year will mark their 24th year together as a tight-knit team. Their films include; Million Dollar Baby, Mystic River, and Gran Torino to name a few. Stephen is following in his mentor’s footsteps, as he has recently directed two feature films, Momentum, and the award-winning film, Indian Horse. Stephen is incredibly proud and honored to represent Three Billboards outside Ebbing Missouri as this is his second collaboration with cinematographer, Ben Davis, BSC, and Martin McDonagh, as they also worked together on Seven Psychopaths.

Credits include; Dawn of The Dead, John Rambo, The Corruptor, 16 Blocks, The Recruit, The In-Laws, Hot Tub Time Machine, Spotlight,11.22.63, Umbrella Academy, and for Guillermo del Torro, Mimic, Pacific Rim, Crimson Peak, The Strain, and The Shape Of Water. He holds a U.S. Patent No. US5389987A Titled: A motion translation device for positioning cameras and other aimed instruments.

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Camera Operator of the Year - Television Nominees Bob Gorelick, SOC Stranger Things

Daryl Hartwell, SOC Fargo

Gary Jay, SOC House of Cards

Bob Gorelick has been an active camera operator since 1987. He’s a longstanding member of both IATSE and the SOC. In fact, Bob was the recipient of 2009’s Camera Operator of the Year Award for his work on The Dark Knight. Bob has worked on countless feature films, television shows, commercials, live shows, and music videos. While his name has become synonymous with the world of Steadicam, he is proud to have grown to be one of the top A camera operators working today. What Bob is most proud of, and what continues to fuel his inspiration, is the privilege he has to work with so many great cinematographers, directors, camera operators, camera assistants and other hard working and talented crew members for over three decades. Bob will tell you that working on Stranger Things has been one of the most rewarding experiences of his career. He is honored that his work and efforts on this wonderfully successful series is being recognized by his peers today.

A career in the film industry was not something Daryl Hartwell imagined for himself. Growing up in Alberta as the youngest of three brothers, all signs pointed to a future in the family glazing business. In high school, Hartwell found himself in an environment that expanded and nurtured his lifelong love of movies, culminating in a move to Vancouver to follow his dreams. Momentum ramped up as Hartwell worked his way into operating camera after establishing himself as a top-notch dolly grip in the growing film community there. Since then, determination, skill and passion have propelled Hartwell into realizing his dream of operating the A camera. With previous collaborations on Emmy Award-winning projects under his belt, Hartwell is humbled to be recognized for his not only for work on its own merit, but to be acknowledged by so select a group of peers as the SOC. His credits include such projects as; Legion: Season 1, Marvel FX, The Women of Marwen, with director, Robert Zemeckis, and currently shooting the TV series Blue Book.

Gary Jay, SOC started out based in Munich filming documentaries with Dedo Weigert. Upon returning to the states, he joined the camera union and worked as a first assistant for over a decade. After working together on Last of the Mohicans, Dante Spinotti invited Gary to operate on their next film establishing a long and impactful partnership. In 2012, Gary joined the crew of House of Cards. With David Fincher at the helm, the first Netflix streamed series with feature caliber actors and crew attracted him to the project. The quality of the show and the relationships he’s built over the last five seasons have kept him returning. Gary lives in Texas where he and his wife raised three kids, one of whom followed her dad into camera and they are both now in Baltimore finishing the final notorious season.

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Brian Osmond, SOC Mindhunter

Ben Semanoff, SOC Ozark

Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and studying computer science was not an obvious path into the film industry for someone. But a couple of diversions led Brian Osmond into still photography and then to filmmaking. He abandoned computers and launched into the movie business at the bottom of the camera department as a camera trainee on Silence of the Lambs. Over the years, he spent time rising through the department, learning from the many wonderful mentors around him and have been operating for over a decade now. Working with David Fincher on Mindhunter was a unique opportunity. The precision and elegance of his work was both challenging and rewarding, and changed how Brian now looks at using the camera to tell stories. He’s been fortunate to work with great people over the years on projects such as; Southpaw, Banshee, The Path, and enjoys each day at the eyepiece.

After graduating from Temple University, Ben Semanoff, SOC started a small production company outside Philadelphia. Fascinated by Steadicam, Semanoff purchased a used rig for his business. This led to an opportunity to work with Garrett Brown deploying SuperFly Cam. Semanoff eventually took over the operation, using the system on such films as Stay, Glory Road, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, and Paddington Bear. His love of operating continued to grow, and he has since operated A-camera/ Steadicam on such films as; Creed, Collateral Beauty, and the upcoming films The Upside and Where’d You Go Bernadette. His work in television includes such shows as; HBO’s The Leftovers, Showtime’s The Affair and was previously nominated for Camera Operator of the Year in 2017 for HBO’s The Night Of. He is based out of New York City, and lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with his wife and two children.

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Previous Recipients Camera Operator Lifetime • • • • • • • • • • • •

Garrett Brown, SOC 2017 Stephen Campanelli, SOC 2016 Daniel Gold, SOC 2015 Christopher Haarhoff, SOC 2014 Bruce MacCallum, SOC 2013 Paul Babin, SOC 2012 Michael Ferris, SOC 2011 Michael Scott, SOC 2009 Mitch Dubin, SOC 2008 Norman Langley, SOC 2007 Ray De La Motte, SOC 2004 Michael St Hilaire, SOC 2001

Camera Operator of the Year FEATURE FILM • Ari Robbins, SOC 2017 La La Land • P. Scott Sakamoto, SOC 2016 The Revenant • Chris Haarhoff, SOC 2015 Birdman • Peter Taylor, ACO, SOC 2014 Gravity • Mitch Dubin, SOC 2013 Lincoln • Stephen Campanelli, SOC 2012 J Edgar • Colin Anderson, SOC 2011 The Town • Robert Gerlick, SOC 2009 The Dark Knight • Jacques Jouffret, SOC 2008 Into the Wild TELEVISION • Andrew Mitchell, SOC 2017 The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story • Steve Fracol, SOC 2016 Scandal • Christopher T.J. McGuire, SOC 2015 True Detective • Don Devine, SOC 2014 Mad Men • Andrew Voegeli, SOC 2013 Breaking Bad • Andrew Mitchell, SOC 2012 Glee • David Frederick, SOC 2011 Sons of Anarchy

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Lou Barlia, SOC 2000 Howard Block, SOC 1999 Vaughn Wilkins 1998 Joseph S August, SOC 1996 Ralph Gerling, SOC 1995

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Bill Johnson, SOC 1994 William Clark, SOC 1993 Owen Marsh, SOC 1992 Albert Bettcher, SOC 1990 David Kurland, SOC 1986 Til Gabani 1983 James King, SOC 1981 Albert Meyers, SOC 1981

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Susan A Campbell, SOC 2000 Wayne Orr, SOC 1999 John Lee 1998 Bob Keys, SOC 1996 Joseph Epperson, SOC 1995 George Meyer 1994 Parker Roe, SOC 1993 Ben Wolf, SOC 1992 Paul Basta, SOC 1990 Robert “Curly” Fonarow 1981 Sam Greenwald 1981

Camera Technician • • • • • • • • • • • •

Bobby Mancuso 2017 Gregory Irwin 2016 David Eubank 2015 William Coe 2014 Baird Steptoe 2013 Zoran Veselic 2012 Alan Disler 2011 Bob Hall 2009 Scott Rathner 2008 Clyde E Bryan 2007 John M Walker 2004 Robert A Torres 2001

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Kenneth Nishino 2000 Gary-Olyn Armstrong 1999 Cal Roberts 1998 Robert L Greene 1996 Anthony Rivetti 1995 Kenneth Hale 1994 Bruce Catlin 1993 Robert Feller 1992 Richard Meinardus 1990

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John Thoeny 1986 Emilio J Calori 1983 Charles Termini 1981 Joe Raue 1981 Walter Rankin 1981

Mobile Camera Platform Operator • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Mike Moad 2017 Jack Glenn 2016 Alan “Moose” Shultz 2015 Jack Carpenter 2014 Brad Rea 2013 Harry Rez 2012 Peter Romano, ASC 2011 Al Cerullo 2009 Larry McConkey 2008 Thomas Prophet, Jr 2007 Clay Lacy 2004 Elizabeth Ziegler, SOC 2001 Gaylin Schultz 2000 Tommy May 1999 Jim Buck 1998 J David Jones 1996 Lawrence E Milton 1983 Harry Jones 1981

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Phil Caruso 2017 Murray Close 2016 Suzanne Hanover/SMPSP 2015 Barry Wetcher, SMPSP 2014 Melissa Moseley, SMPSP 2013 Andrew Cooper, SMPSP 2012 David James 2011 Ralph Nelson 2009 François Duhamel, SMPSP 2008 Melinda Sue Gordon, SMPSP 2007 Stephen Vaughan 2004 Gemma La Mana, SMPSP 2001 Marcia Reed 2000 Wynn Hammer 1999 Elliot Marks, SMPSP 1998 Peter Sorel 1996 Douglas Kirkland, SMPSP 1995 Phil Stern 1994 Bud Gray 1993 Society of Camera Operators

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David Sutton 1992 Gene Stein 1990 Alfred St Hilaire 1986 Mel Traxel 1983 George Hurrell 1981

President’s Award • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Historical Shot • Andy Shuttleworth 2015 Boogie Nights • J Michael Muro 2014 The Mighty Quinn • Peter Robertson, ACO, SOC 2013 Atonement • George Richmond 2012 Children of Men • Jost Vacano, ASC 2011 Das Boot • Nelson Tyler 2009 Funny Girl • Tilman Büttner 2008 The Russian Ark • Alexander Calzatti 2007 Yo Soy Cuba (I Am Cuba) • Larry McConkey 2004 Goodfellas • Leonard J South, ASC 2001 Vertigo • David M Walsh, ASC 2000 Bullitt • Philip H Lathrop, ASC 1999 Touch of Evil • Garrett Brown, SOC 1998 Bound for Glory

Distinguished Service • • • • • • • • •

Governors Award • Michael Keaton 2017 • Gary Lucchesi 2016 • Alfre Woodard 2015 • Penny Marshall 2013 • Clint Eastwood 2012 • Joe Dunton, MBE, BSC 2008 • Haskell Wexler, ASC 2007 • Roger Corman 2004 • Sidney Poitier 2001 • Robert Wise 2000 • James Burrows 1999 • Ron Howard 1998 • Kathleen Kennedy 1996 • Jacques-Yves Cousteau 1995 • Steven Spielberg 1994 • Kemp Niver 1993 • Frank Stanley, ASC 1992 • Joe Biroc, ASC 1986 • Ernest Laszlo, ASC 1983 • Achievement John Huston Lifetime Awards1981 2018

Bruce Doering 2016 Dan Perry 2015 Leonard Chapman 2014 Kyra Sedgwick 2013 Phil Radin 2012 IATSE Local 80 2011 Larry Mole Parker 2009 Robert Primes, ASC 2008 Denny Clairmont 2007 John Bailey, ASC 2001 Stephen Lighthill, ASC 2000 Dean Cundey, ASC 1999 Jack N Green, ASC 1998 Bob Marta, SOC 1996 William Hines, SOC 1995 Howard Block, SOC 1994 Douglas Knapp, SOC 1993 Phil Caplan, SOC 1992 Steven Manios Sr. 2016 Gale Anne Hurd 2015 Stan McClain 2014 Woody Omens, ASC 2013 Sol Negrin, ASC 2012 Frank Kay 2011 Andy Romanoff, SOC 2009 George Spiro Dibie, ASC 2008 Tim Wade 2007

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Technical Achievement Awards •

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2017 SHOTOVER: K1 6-Axis Stabilizer That Cat: The Patented Silent Cat Camera Slider 2016 Cartoni’s Lambda Head 2015 Teradek LLC 2014 Pictorvision | Motion Picture Marine for Perfect 2013 Canon USA | David Eubank 2012 Angénieux Optimo Lenses | Grip Trix

Electric Camera Car 2011 Arri Alexa Camera | Ultimate Arm Gyro-Stabilized Camera Crane 2009 GPI/PRO Camera Support System | Slit Scan Motion Picture Photography Process 2008 Panavision Genesis | Steadicam Ultra2 2007 Arri Group | Preston Cinema Systems 2004 Arri Group | Doggicam 2001 Hot Gears and Mehran Salamati 2000 Eastman Kodak Company | Clairmont Camera and Kenneth Robings 1999 Cartoni USA | Geo Film Group | Technocrane, Ltd 1998 Fuji Photo Optical Company, Ltd. | Sachtler Fluid Heads | Shotmaker Company 1996 HydroFlex | Bob Nettmann and Matthews Studio Electronics Inc. | The Worall Geared Head | Philips BTS Company and Wolter Wolthers 1995 Weaver/Steadman | Louma Crane | Vinten Broadcast 1994 J.L. Fisher Inc. | John M Stephens | Buzz Aldrin and NASA | O’Connor Engineering 1993 Chapman Studio Equipment | Nelson Tyler | Sony Corporation 1992 Arriflex Corp | Panavision Inc and Albert Mayer, Sr. | Cinema Products Inc and Garrett Brown, SOC 39

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Congratulations to all the Honorees and Nominees of the 2018 SOC Lifetime Achievement Awards. Lifetime Achievement Awards 2018


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Fujinon congratulates and celebrates the honorees and nominees of the Society of Camera Operators Lifetime Achievement Awards.


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The Tiffen Company congratulates all of the honorees for their inspiration and dedication in creating great cinematography.


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Emcee: Andrea Fasano

Voice Over Artist: Joyce Kurtz

Andrea Fasano may be a former New Yawker who can talk sports with the boys, but it’s her buoyant personality and accessible humor that keeps audiences engaged. As a host for AfterbuzzTV and BeTerrificTV, Andrea discusses some of her favorite topics, including sports, tech, TV shows and movies, as well as interviews CEO’s, specialists, and celebrities from conventions across the country. Recently, “The Ultimate People Person” (aptly named by Choice Hotels International, Inc.) became the hotel chain’s brand ambassador and spokesperson, traveling the country meeting people and promoting the brand’s campaign, while producing content for their digital media platforms. Andrea is thrilled to be your MC for tonight’s SOC Awards and would like to congratulate all of this year’s winners!

Joyce Kurtz has worked on hundreds of television and radio commercials, cartoons, and video games. She’s known for being the voice of MTV and Princess Leia in Star Wars Video Games. In the late 1980’s she formed “Joyce’s Voices,” a loop group and has coordinated the group ADR on hundreds of TV shows such as: The Wonder Years, Party of 5, Six Feet Under, Deadwood, House, Dexter, True Blood, The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, Banshee, and The Following. Joyce and her daughter, Lily, would like to express their extreme gratitude to the SOC for all they do for The Vision Center Children’s Hospital. Coincidentally, Lily is a patient of Dr. Borchert’s and a part of his ONH study at Children’s Hospital.

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George Billinger, SOC

Ari Robbins, SOC

George Billinger is the current SOC President and is serving as the Chair for this year’s Awards Show Committee. It has been his honor to lead the SOC into 2017. He has continued to expand the relationships with our incredibly talented membership and the SOC’s involvement with our respected corporate members. George has been active as a camera operator since the early 1990s and specializes in Steadicam. He has had the pleasure of working with directors such as Wes Craven, Steven Spielberg, David Lynch, Joss Whedon, Peter Weir, and Spike Lee. His credits include Lincoln, War of the Worlds, Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull, Avengers, Oblivion, The Terminal, Ray, Master and Commander, and Terminator Genisys. George resides in Los Angeles, CA.

Ari Robbins was first introduced to Steadicam at the age of 18 after returning home from high school.  Knowing his future lay within the cinematic industry, he was immediately entranced by the notion of operator and equipment working together so intimately. It was a culmination of all things he was looking for -- a career, a hobby, a profession, but most importantly -- a passion. Ari moved to Los Angeles and immediately began working in the lighting departments. In the fall of 2004 he signed up for a Steadicam Operators Association workshop. He searched and found his ideal rig, and on his 21st birthday, purchased his Steadicam. That same day, he rolled his first shot on set as a Steadicam operator and owner. Ari operates with the same enthusiasm he had the first moment he strapped on his vest, with passion first and the camera second.



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Mitch Dubin, SOC

Eric Fletcher, SOC

Dave Frederick, SOC

Dr. C. Thomas Lee

Mitch Dubin, SOC, started his career working as a post-production PA on Apocalypse Now at Zoetrope Studios in San Francisco. During the additional photography of The Black Stallion and Apocalypse Now, he realized working on the set behind the camera was where he wanted to be. Thirty years later, he has been the camera operator on over 80 feature films, including 14 films as the A camera operator for Steven Spielberg. Mitch has been fortunate enough to have worked on many great films with exceptionally talented crews and loves his job.

Eric Fletcher, a native of St. Louis, Missouri, originally had plans to be an aerospace engineer like most of his family. But the lure of bright lights ensured that he enter the film industry. While still living in St. Louis, Eric shot the image campaigns and special project documentaries for the local CBS affiliate, which netted him multiple Emmy wins for best cinematography. After cutting his teeth on music videos and political campaigns, he decided to bring his camera and Steadicam talent to LA, where he’s enjoyed contributing to the iconic looks of TV series such as: Dexter, True Blood, Shameless, and many others. Eric’s interests also include consulting on the development of camera equipment.

Dave Frederick, a 1979 NYU Tisch film school graduate, began his professional career as 1st camera assistant in NYC, working on films ranging from the Coen Brothers’ Blood Simple to Bruce Beresford’s Driving Miss Daisy. Camera operator and Cinematographer since 1986, favorite films and TV series he’s worked on include; Muppets From Space, Mad Love, The Soloist, Northern Exposure, Felicity, Sons of Anarchy, The Bridge, Aquarius, WestWorld, Vida and Get Shorty. Frederick shoots with every camera and format of film and digital, “There is always a story to be told with a camera. Sometimes it’s a lavish epic captured with remote heads, Titan Cranes, helicopters, Steadicam, U/W, Gyro stabilized rigs or large format anamorphic cameras and lenses. Other times, I find myself handheld making shots with the latest small professional digital cameras.”

Dr. Lee earned his MD from Cornell University and went on to Harvard Medical School as a Heed Fellow. Since being recruited to the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Dr. Lee has developed the Retina Institute into a worldclass center and was promoted to director of the Vision Center. He’s made several advances in our understanding of pediatric retinal disease and has recruited a team of physicians and scientists to develop new treatments for several retinal diseases. In addition to developing a robust research program, he’s helped create an innovative education platform to teach doctors in developing countries remotely over the Internet. Dr. Lee’s long-term goal is to create an open online education platform to teach doctors and healthcare workers in developing countries.


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Red Carpet Host Clint Milby With over 20 years in the film and television industry, Clint Milby’s work experience spans from companies like Warner Bros. Television as well as the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. An award winning screenwriter and filmmaker, he specializes in scripts that fall under the action driven science fiction and horror genres, sometimes venturing even further beyond that for the occasional historical thriller. In addition to his other creative endeavors, Clint Milby is also the publisher of, a website devoted to filmmaking technologies and education. There he combines his love of filmmaking tools and craft to illuminate the numerous methods and gear available to our industry, offering ways to expand and shape filmmaking careers of all levels the world over.

Lifetime Achievement Awards 2018

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Courtesy of Bill Pope

Courtesy of Alicia Robbins

Andrew Mitchell, SOC

Bill Pope, ASC

Alicia Robbins, ASC

Andrew has operated on 344 television episodes, including Touched by an Angel, Everwood, Glee, Scream Queens, The People v. OJ Simpson, and currently Feud. “I love being an operator because it mixes artistic expression, technical knowledge, physicality and social interaction. I’m often teased because I describe shots with sound effects.” Andrew celebrates his 20th year as an operator in 2017. “I have fond memories of tracking my wife around with a wooden mock-up camera on my then newly purchased PRO sled.” Andrew also has a passion for skateboarding and surfing, but when it comes down to it, “I love the work we do, but my greatest joy is my family. Working in television allows me to go home every night.”

Bill Pope shot his first movie, Darkman, in 1990 for Sam Raimi.

Alicia Robbins, SOC is an LAbased director of photography and camera operator. She served on the SOC Board from 2015 to 2017 and is currently serving as the Charity Chair. She graduated with a MFA in Cinematography from AFI in 2003 and joined the union as an operator in 2007. She has shot 8 features, numerous commercials, documentaries, and music videos. Her latest feature that she DP’d, The Wedding Invitation, won Best Romantic Comedy at the 2016 Manhattan Film Festival and Best Comedy at Burbank International Festival. As camera operator, she has operated for numerous shows, but is currently operating 2nd unit Driving Plates content for shows and features such as The Post, The Intern, Yellowstone, Scorpion, SWAT and many more.

He and Sam worked on Spiderman 2 and 3. He’s also had long working relationships with Lana and Lilly Wachowski (Bound and The Matrix series), and Edgar Wright (since Scott Pilgrim vs The World). He’s also proud of Clueless and Team America. He’s known and worked with Dan Pershing from the beginning.


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Imaginaut Entertainment is proud to have created the mini-docs celebrating this year’s award winners. Thank you, and congratulations to all.


Lee filters is proud to celebrate all the 2018 Nominees and Honorees. Congratulations on your many achievements in the industry.

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Congratulations to all of the Awardees whose contributions to the art of cinema we celebrate. -Preston Cinema Systems

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Lifetime Achievement Awards 2018



Tribute Book

Awards Committee

Master of Ceremonies

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George Billinger, SOC, President & Chair Mitch Dubin, SOC Dan Gold, SOC Bill McClelland, SOC, Executive Producer Dave Thompson, SOC Daniel Turrett, SOC

Technical Achievement Awards Committee • • • • • • • • • •

Eric Fletcher, SOC, Chair Andrew Asnick, SOC Luke Cormack, SOC David Emmerichs, SOC David Frederick, SOC Dan Gold, SOC Jamie Hitchcock, SOC Lawrence “Doc” Karmen, SOC Manolo Rojas Moscopulos, SOC David Sammons, SOC

Awards Producer • Kristin Petrovich, Createasphere

Awards Coordinators • Betty Baston • Madison Burgess • Elise Falanga

Red Carpet • Jake Fruia, Producer, INDIEShooter • Kate McCallum, Producer

Red Carpet Hosts • Andrea Fasano • Clint Milby, INDIEShooter

Sponsorship • Derek Stettler • Kristin Petrovich

Writers • Derek Stettler • Kristin Petrovich

Social Media Producer • Ashlie Mauldin, Your Voice Social

• Colleen Marshall

Camera Utility

• Andrea Fasano

Voice Talent

• Sam Trave

Audio Engineer & Consultant

• Joyce Kurtz, Joyce’s Voices

Awards Presenters • Alexandria Sounis • Teisha Wheaton

Awards Operations

• Katie Andrusco Yi Cai Mitchell Carter Sarah Connine Enrique Del Rio • Nichola Fynn Katie Karaiscos Jun Li Krisel Magna Emily Schwartz Ronit Schwartz • Sathish Shanmugam • Brian Taylor

• Jason Vandergrift

Audio Engineer • Jesse Hellen-Lloyd

Sound Crew • Christian Spurlock

Live Stream Engineer • Erik Sanburn

Production Assistant • Alison Cervelli

Social Media • Melody Rose

Make Up • Jill Kloster

Teleprompter Operator • Donald Frye

Special Thanks to the Panavision team • Jamey Jamison • Hector Moreno

SOC Jazz Band • John Storie, Guitar • Alex Budman, Alto Sax • Jonathan Richards, Bass

Awards and Red Carpet Production Producer & Director

Photographers • Albert L. Ortega • Dmitry Fursov

Awards Tribute Videos • Produced by Imaginaut Entertainment, Inc. • Written and Directed by Clay Westervelt, SOC • Produced by Josh Corbaley • Music by Lee Sanders

• Matthew Skurow

Production Manager • Mitch Yapko

Technical Director • Alex Seyum

Stage Manager

Editors • Josh Corbaley • Brooke Damato • Clay Westervelt

• Ruddy Salazar

Lead Camera Operator • Melanie Adams

Camera Operator • Chris Lenge • Jen Pawlowski


Handheld Camera Operator

• Elizabeth McKee

Camera • Andy Chinn • Josh Corbaley • Brooke Damato

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• James Gucciardo, SOC


• Keith Jeffries, SOC

• Josh Corbaley

• Lisa Stacilauskas, SOC

A Camera Operator

• Clay Westervelt, SOC

• Joe Gunawan

Production Assistance

B Camera Operator

• Scott Bloom

• Tony Garcia

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles,Vision Center video Produced by Imaginaut Entertainment, Inc.

1st AC • Matt Von Arx

• Producer


• Alicia Robbins, SOC

• Sathish Shankutty

Written and Directed by

Production Assistant

• Clay Westervelt, SOC

• Sean Miller

Director of Photography • David Smith

Music by • Lee Sanders

And special thanks to Driving Plates for the donation of equipment.

CongratULations to aLL the noMinees anD honorees!

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Matthew Alper & Mulholland Distilling congratulate the SOC’s 2018 Nominees and Honorees.


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