All Crew Agency

Los Angeles | London

phone: 1+818-206-0144

skype: allcrew


in the UK

Screen Talent Agency

phone: 020 7729 7477

email: Screen Talent UK


Directors of Photography

Eric Roy Anderson

features - Seeker and Fetch, Fatima, Bloodstone; (as op) Ali, Hocus Pocus, Sliver

television - Lost Girls, WW2 in HD, Numb3rs, Biography, Larry Sanders Show 


Whether working on a Hollywood blockbuster, or an intimate romance for cable TV, DP Eric Roy Anderson is always on his game. His knowledge and experience enables Eric to quickly get to the heart an issue and suggest the best outcome.   Anderson is a hard working problem solver who still loves the field and finds joy in every project. Producers and directors know that he’s a team player whose mission is to bring the director’s vision to life – on time and budget.  Based in Los Angeles, Eric is available for work worldwide.

Adam Biddle

features - Howl, The Wraith, Hijacked, Crank;

    (as operator) Bridget Jones, The Edge of Reason, V For Vendetta

documentaries - Polar Bears in Manitoba, Grand Canyon, Sam Sullivan, Mountain Gorillas, Darfur 

ICG local #600


From loading on ‘Braveheart’ and ‘101 Dalmations’, focus pulling on ‘Event Horizon’ and ‘The World Is Not Enough’ to operating on ‘Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason’ and ‘V for Vendetta’, Adam’s journey into lighting followed the time honored route. Now with seven feature credits as Cinematographer behind him, including the Jason Statham actioner ‘Crank’, he’s also done some ground breaking work in the field of documentaries with his friend Charles Annenberg and his Explore Foundation. They include fact-finding trips to Darfur, the Genocide museum in Rwanda, and drug rehabilitation projects in Vancouver. In 2010 he shot Porcelain Unicorn, which was selected by Ridley Scott as the winner of the Phillips Parallel Lines Competition. This gave Adam particular satisfaction coming from his mentor for so many years. Adam has dual US/UK citizenship, is a member of IATSE Local 600, and is available for work worldwide.

Mark Eberle

features - Unbroken, Day of Days, Unforgotten Shadows, Kill Speed, Flight of the Living Dead

promos/commercials - Warner Bros TV, Coca-Cola, Subway, Victoria's Secret, Budweiser, KFC, Maserati


With a degree in Aeronautics, Mark Eberle’s path to being a Cinematographer began as an assistant and flight instructor on Black Sheep Squadron. Impressed, lead actor Robert Conrad hired Eberle to work for his production company. After five years, a desire to shoot rather than manage productions led Mark back to the camera and he worked his way up from loader to DP.  His experience includes over 200 commercials and promos, 7 features and countless music videos featuring his specialties of beauty, life style, action and visual effects. When not shooting commercials, TV and features Mark, with 20,000+ hours of flight time, commands Boeing 777 jets for American Airlines. Eberle is also a licensed drone operator. Based in Dallas and having shot on every continent except Antarctica, Mark is available for work worldwide.



Philip Hurn

features – Final Frequency, Play the Flute, Cliffs of Freedom, Alison’s Choice, A Matter of Faith,

    Amazing Love, Trade of Innocents, Blue Seduction, The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry,

   Six: the Mark Unleashed, Time Changer, The Moment After.

television – The Carbonaro Effect, Disney's Code 9, Punk'd, MTV's Room 401,

    Paris Hilton's BFF - Dubai

commercials – Chrysler, Carl's Jr. 'Fake Restaurant', PIZZA HUT 'Hidden Camera Campaign',

    Hexbug Nano

ICG local #600


Philip Hurn is a versatile, award-winning DP who has lensed scores of documentaries and feature films. Philip embraces the collaborative process starting with the director and extending to his crew. He has built a reputation as a DP who maximizes the resources on every project. He recognizes the imperative of serving the script, creating images that underscore the material’s themes and enhance the storytelling. Based in Los Angeles, Hurn holds a UK passport and is available for work worldwide.

Ian Kerr, CSC

documentary - Facing Ali, The Death Tourist, The Wild Horse Redemption, I Am Bruce Lee

television -  National Geographic Explorer, Frontline, She's Crafty, Anne Murray: Friends & Legends

commercials -  Cover Girl, Chanel, Ford, Chevrolet, BC Tourism (3D), Nintendo

IATSE Local #699 


Multi-award winning cinematographer Ian Kerr, raised in British Columbia, began his career as a teen at a local TV station. After attending college, he worked as a news cameraman in Vancouver before transitioning to documentary and commercial projects worldwide. Ian’s love of light and its ability to influence both story and audience has driven him to seek out projects that benefit from an artistic eye and unique visual approach. Kerr’s assignments range from the meticulously executed commercials, to the dynamic sixteen camera reality projects, and month-long polar and mountaineering expeditions. He is known for applying non-traditional methods and tools to documentary projects while bringing a rhythm and immediacy to his commercial projects. His unique background and familiarity with all formats allow him to offer Producers and Directors a variety of solutions to storytelling and budgetary challenges. Based in Vancouver, he’s available for work worldwide.

Pierluigi Malavasi

features - Ghost House, The Girl From Nagasaki, Escape Room, Polaris

television - Scary Tales, America: Facts vs Fiction, Cosmic Collisions 

ICG local #600


A father’s gift of a video camera was the spark that ignited Periluigi Malavasi’s life long love of filmmaking. With an eye for light and composition, Gigi immigrated to the US, attended film school, and has been working steady ever since. Malavasi's camera work has been nominated for Emmy and Telly awards, winning three in the process. He brings an old fashioned work ethic to all jobs: listen, learn, collaborate, and create. Gigi is serious and passionate about work while remaining a really nice guy who never forgets how to have a good time on the set. Based in Los Angeles, Periluigi is available for work worldwide.

Ray Peschke

features – Captain Abu Raed, Woman Thou Art Loosed, Ocean Park
commercials – Faberge, Motel 6, Heineken, Los Angeles Times

ICG local #600

For years, Ray Peschke's name in Hollywood has been identified with innovative lighting. His brilliant work on such prestigious films as JFK, Born on the 4th of July, Natural Born Killers, He Got Game, Wag the Dog, The Usual Suspects and many others, has earned him the reputation as a lighting master. It’s only natural that his progression from lighting to cinematography has also garnered critical acclaim. With diverse and challenging films under his belt as cinematographer, including Fascination (super 35mm starring Jacqueline Bisset, Adam Garcia, and Stuart Wilson), Apostate (35mm starring Dennis Hopper) and Woman Thou Art Loosed (HD, starring Kimberly Elise), Ray’s vast years of experience are greatly appreciated by directors here and abroad. Ray has recently taken delivery on a new RED camera system.

Daniel Stilling, DFF

features - Priceless, GT 390, Natureplay; (2nd units) The Martian, Single White Female 2

television - Criminal Minds, Scrubs, Wildfire, The Middle, Burn Notice


IATSE Local 600, Danish Society of Cinematographers



Daniel’s one of those DoPs who’s diligently worked his way through the ranks of the camera department, firstly as camera operator, then Steadicam operator, and from there to 2nd Unit DoP and on to main unit DoP. He’s a member of the Danish Society of Cinematographers and IATSE Local 600. With bases in Denmark, Los Angeles and Florida, he can work pretty much anywhere.


Roy H. Wagner, ASC

television - The Neighborhood, Elementary, Ray Donovan, House, M.D., Burn Notice, Party of Five

features - Strike!, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3, Another Stakeout, Nick of Time,
     Return to Horror High 

IATSE Local 600, AMPAS, ASC, Fellow Royal Photographic Society



Roy H. Wagner, ASC is considered among the cutting edge of cinematic stylists who strive to achieve true cinematic darkness (see Variety) on both the small and large screen. He was recently honored for his work developing a new filter series for professional use. Known widely as the guy who saves production from long days and cost overruns due to his experience on over 300 episodes of network television; 30 plus feature films; 6 Emmy nominations (2 wins) as well as membership in the American Society of Cinematographers and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.  As a youth, Wagner reached out to Hollywood cinematographers who, surprised by his ambition and interest, agreed to mentor him. Upon arrival in Los Angeles, Roy was introduced to the greatest cinematographers working in Hollywood as well as access to studios and projects. Producers soon learned that Roy had absorbed the knowledge and was himself, a talented DP and a blossoming career entailed. Did we mention every pilot he’s shot has been picked up to series? Based in Los Angeles, Roy is available for work worldwide.