Free NYC VIP Cinematographers Panel




You are in for a treat. We have a line up of professional Cinematographers that are coming to share their life experiences in the industry. There is NO COST, however, in order to secure a seat you must RSVP because the space is limited. Send me an email with the subject CINEMATOGRAPHERS at:

11 Beach St.
Tribeca Gallery Subway: A Train near Canal St. JAN 29th 6p
Guest speakers:

Rob has been a Cinematographer since 1974. Starting in Wagga Wagga, Australia in TV News then moving to Documentary and some Commercial Production. His Documentary and later Commercial experience is extremely extensive and involves working in more than 40 Countries (primarily USA, Europe, Australia and South East Asia) on hundreds of projects.

Commercials similarly number in the hundreds for clients including Air France, General Motors, Ford, San Miguel Beer, Reynolds Tobacco (Rothmans, Winfield, More), Nabisco, Johnson & Johnson, NYC Tourist Promotion, etc. and Music Videos.

Rob has been a constant innovator in his field whilst working in the Industry in the US. He photographed and was instrumental in developing a visual style for MCA's hit series "The Street" in 1989 which, it was declared "practically creates a new visual style."(NY Times Review) and went on to become the forerunner for such shows as NYPD Blue, revolutionizing the way television is shot and laying the foundations for what is now referred to as reality television.

A NYC based Director of Photography with more than 10 years experience shooting commercials and feature films. His commercial credits include works for clients such as Coca Cola, Disney, Ford, GE, McDonalds, Saab and many more. Manfred was featured in the front cover of Studio Monthly. You can learn more about him at his website

Current leader of the Moving Pictures Collective of NYC (the Final Cut user group community), shooter, editor and consultant, Michael has pursued visual storytelling for over half of his life. Michael's narrative motion picture works as DP on NY Streetgames and MLB's Base Ball Discovered (both due out in 2008) and short Tribute 9/11; editorial contributions on TV One's Murder in Black and White, shorts Ruth Ann's Etiquette, The Lucky Ones and Silently Drawn: A Conversation with Fosco Maraini, and consultant on Higher Fences and Death of America.
Michael has also contributed to Pro Video Coalition blogs. Starting out on numerous feature films as a camera assistant, second camera operator and location audio recordist on films like Fine Young Gentlemen, Sunburn, and Hit and Runway, Michael also leads a successful still photography career specializing in conceptual imagery.

Richard Numeroff is an accomplished Director and Producer receiving Awards from the NY-Film TV Festival and Cine Golden Eagle along with numerous other Awards. Numberoff's Directing credits have lead him to achieve the experience to make him a prominent figure. You may have seen his work, "Hard Evidence" and Every kind of People" to name a few credits from his impressive Resume. Numeroff focuses on Cinematography and Film Production. To visit his site and contact him directly please visit

Director of Photography Mitch Gross has been working in the New York film industry for the past fifteen years. He recently completed principal photography of his twenty-first feature film, Get Faamous. His credits include dozens of short subjects, documentaries, commercials and music videos, as well as two television series. His work has been screened and won awards at festivals including Sundance, Berlin, Cannes, Edinburgh and New York.

If you can make it let me know.

Best regards,

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