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David Burr ACS

David Burr ACS

David got his start in 1968 at Cinesound in Balmain as assistant cameraman to Ross Blake and Kevin Roche. Initially he worked mostly on news stories, ... More »

6 May 2010

Howard Rubie ACS

Howard Rubie ACS

Howard was a foundation member of the ACS when it was first formed in 1958 with membership number 11, and accredited with the letters ACS in 1963. He ... More »

6 May 2010

Calvin Gardiner ACS

Calvin Gardiner ACS

Calvin was born in 1949, the second of three children of Jack and Nita Gardiner, both highly respected members of the Australian film industry. Jack a... More »

5 May 2009

Jim Gilbert ACS

Jim Gilbert ACS

Jim Gilbert ACS was born in England and migrated to Australia in 1952 with his family. His first interest in the Industry was working as a spool boy a... More »

5 May 2009

Ted Taylor ACS

Ted Taylor ACS

Ted Taylor's early interest in photography came with a 120 Box Brownie Camera and a linen cupboard adjacent to one of the bedrooms that became a darkr... More »

4 May 2009

David Brill ACS

David Brill ACS

Born in 1944, David became infatuated with cameras and photography during his years at school. Upon leaving school he managed to get a job with a Hoba... More »

3 May 2008

David Parer ACS

David Parer ACS

David Parer ACS began his career as a physicist and spent two winters (1970 & 1972) at Mawson Base in the Antarctic studying cosmic rays and making fi... More »

3 May 2008

Keith Wagstaff ACS

Keith Wagstaff ACS

Keith Wagstaff ACS started his career in 1953 working in the lab of the family owned business Cineservice.  At age 16 he began shooting 16mm documenta... More »

2 May 2007

Ernie Clark ACS

Ernie Clark ACS

Ernie Clark joined the film industry in 1971 as a trainee in the camera department at Browning Productions in Melbourne at the age of seventeen. He re... More »

1 May 2006

Ron Horner ACS

Ron Horner ACS

In the early 1940s Ron Horner was an Optical cameraman at Cinesound's Ebley St, Bondi Jct. studios doing dissolves, wipes, fades, titles etc. on their... More »

1 May 2006

Geoff Burton ACS

Geoff Burton ACS

Geoff Burton was born in the Hawkesbury River town of Windsor in 1946. Years ten to fourteen were spent in a Cinema Paradiso lifestyle as twice w... More »

31 May 2005

John Bowring ACS

John Bowring ACS

Starting as an assistant projectionist for Village Drive-ins, then as a news and current affairs cine-cameraman/editor for GTV9 and later Willesee at ... More »

31 May 2005

Ron Windon ACS

Ron Windon ACS

Ron has served on many committees of the Society and is a past NSW State & National President of the Society. During his term in office as President i... More »

31 May 2005

Arthur Hansen ACS (1905-1994)

Arthur Hansen ACS (1905-1994)

Arthur Hansen ACS was a founding member of the Society in 1958. He served on early committees and was a dedicated cinematographer during the early yea... More »

25 May 2005

Daryl Binning ACS

Daryl Binning ACS

Daryl was born Freemantle, WA. September 7 1939. As a young boy he regularly attended the local cinema. He was fascinated by the mysterious shaft of l... More »

25 May 2005

Jan Kenny ACS

Jan Kenny ACS

Jan Kenny has been involved in the Australian film industry since 1967 when she joined the Commonwealth Film Unit. In 1985 she became the first woman ... More »

25 May 2005

Robin Copping ACS

Robin Copping ACS

Robin Copping ACS, a Cinematographer since 1960 previously worked as a stills photographer before being trained in specialised cinematography in Londo... More »

25 May 2005

Ron Johanson OAM ACS

Ron Johanson OAM ACS

Ron commenced work in the film industry at Crawford Productions in Melbourne in 1965 as a message boy. He then progressed to being camera assistant on... More »

25 May 2005

Andrew Lesnie ACS ASC (1956 ~ 2015)

Andrew Lesnie ACS ASC (1956 ~ 2015)

Born in 1956, and with nearly two decades' worth of time behind the camera in Australia and Hollywood, Andrew Lesnie has captured images that captivat... More »

22 May 2005

Butch Caldwood OAM ACS

Butch Caldwood OAM ACS

I commenced my film/television career on September 3, 1953 in the television engineering department of the BBC in London, then in 1955 I was transferr... More »

22 May 2005

 
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