David E. Williams
In Memoriam: George Spiro Dibie, ASC (1931-2022)
An Emmy-winning cinematographer, union leader and tireless educator, he freely shared his knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm — passing at the age of 90.
AMPAS Science & Technology Council Presents Virtual Production Primer
Produced by the Academy's Science & Technology Council, this program presents some of the most current virtual production filmmaking practices and related technological innovations.
In Memoriam: William Taylor, ASC (1944-2021)
The Emmy-winning and Academy-honored master of visual effects linked the analog and digital eras, bringing time-tested techniques and classical artistry into the modern age.
Joan Churchill, ASC to be Honored by DOC NYC for Her Exceptional Career
The cinematographer and director was one of the first to be invited into the Society for non-fiction work.
In Memoriam: Jack C. Couffer, ASC (1924 - 2021)
Born in Upland, California, on December 7, 1924, the Oscar-nominated cinematographer died on July 30, 2021 at the age of 96.
Friend of the ASC Dan Kneece Passes
A close collaborator with many Society members, the Steadicam expert, camera operator and cinematographer was just 64.
Pete Kozachik, ASC Tells Tales in New Memoir
For aspiring cinematographers and visual-effects artists, his personal story offers a candid, inspiring account of the difficulty in finding success in these fields.
In Memoriam: Judy Irola, ASC (1943-2021)
The cinematographer, documentarian and educator died Feb. 21, 2021, at the age of 76, leaving behind a legacy of artistry, tenacity and inspiration.