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James Francis (Frank) Hurley (1885-1962)

James Francis (Frank) Hurley (1885-1962)

22 May 2005

Ron Hagen ACS (1947-2002)

Ron Hagen ACS (1947-2002)

Ron was one of the main contributors to the resurgence of filmmaking in Australia throughout the 70's, 80's and 90's. His professionalism, dedication ... More »

22 May 2005

Ted Rayment ACS

Ted Rayment ACS

Ted Rayment ACS started his career as a Film Trainee with the Australian Broadcasting Commission in Sydney in 1962.   During his time with the ABC h... More »

22 May 2005

Graham Lind ACS (1941-2001)

Graham Lind ACS (1941-2001)

Upon leaving school in 1957 at age 16, Graham started work as a junior in the camera department at Artransa Park Studios, Frenchs Forest. The cinemato... More »

20 May 2005

John McLean ACS

John McLean ACS

John McLean started in the film industry at Kinelab in 1954 when 15 years old. Kinelab was housed in the old Adams Hotel in George St. where the Hilto... More »

20 May 2005

Milton Ingerson OAM ACS (1929-2005)

Milton Ingerson OAM ACS (1929-2005)

Milton Ingerson was born in Hindmarsh, South Australia and his early ambition was to become an engineering draftsman. He studied at Thebarton Boys' Te... More »

20 May 2005

Peter James ACS ASC

Peter James ACS ASC

Peter James was born on March 31, 1947 in Sydney. Peter is a proud accredited member of the Australian Cinematographers Society, Canadian Society of C... More »

17 May 2005

Andrew Leith Goodall (1903-1978)

Andrew Leith Goodall (1903-1978)

Andrew "Leith" Goodall was born in Kalgoorlie in W. Australia on Feb. 26th 1903. One of 4 brothers, he started work in Kalgoorlie as a projectionist's... More »

13 May 2005

Bert Nicholas ACS (1910-1991)

Bert Nicholas ACS (1910-1991)

Herbert Lawes Nicholas was born on June 9, 1910 in St. Kilda, Melbourne. He worked all his life in the motion picture business, beginning his career w... More »

13 May 2005

Dr Jim Frazier OAM ACS

Dr Jim Frazier OAM ACS

Jim Frazier OAM ACS is a highly regarded pioneer of wildlife cinematography.   Jim's life reads like the ultimate Australian success story. A heart-... More »

13 May 2005

Edwin Scragg ACS (1940-1997)

Edwin Scragg ACS (1940-1997)

Edwin Scragg born in South London Oct 31, 1940 and died March 1, 1997 in the garden of his Brisbane home, doing the impossible as usual. In this case... More »

13 May 2005

Keith Taylor ACS

Keith Taylor ACS

Late in 2007 a reunion of former and current ABC staff who worked in Melbourne's cine-camera department brought together some of the country's most sk... More »

13 May 2005

Phil Pike ACS (1928-2001)

Phil Pike ACS (1928-2001)

Phil born in Uxbridge, England Oct 19, 1928. In 1945 Phil's father Richard Pike was assigned to travel to Sydney to open an Australian branch of his e... More »

13 May 2005

Russell Boyd ACS ASC

Russell Boyd ACS ASC

Russell Boyd born in Victoria in 1944, became keenly interested in photography as a young man, so upon leaving school, he sought and managed to get a ... More »

13 May 2005

Syd Wood ACS

Syd Wood ACS

Syd Wood joined Movietone News in 1931 and was originally employed in the editing room, advancing to Editor. In 1944 during WW2 Syd volunteered and jo... More »

13 May 2005

Vic John ACS

Vic John ACS

Vic was one of the oldest members of the ACS Victorian Branch. He passed away peacefully on May 25th at the age of 86.   I first met Vic at a meetin... More »

13 May 2005

Dean Semler AM ACS ASC

Dean Semler AM ACS ASC

Born in Renmark, South Australia in 1943, Dean started as a TV-Studio cameraman at Adelaide's ABC-TV. He then moved to the news department and began s... More »

5 May 2005

Alex McPhee Snr. (1912-1989)

Alex McPhee Snr. (1912-1989)

Alex McPhee snr. - First President of the Western Australian Branch of the ACS    From a very early age Alex McPhee snr. was interested in photograp... More »

3 May 2005

Arthur Embery Higgins ACS (1891-1963)

Arthur Embery Higgins ACS (1891-1963)

Arthur Higgins, one of Australia's most famous cinematographers was born in Hobart on October 25, 1891 the youngest of three sons to Henry Higgins a H... More »

3 May 2005

Bruce Hillyard ACS

Bruce Hillyard ACS

Bruce was born in Gisborne, New Zealand on 11 December 1931, and lived there until he was nineteen and then went to Wellington University doing a BA d... More »

3 May 2005

 
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