Sneha Girap (Editor)

Paul Atkins (cinematographer)

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Name  Paul Atkins

Role  Cinematographer
Paul Atkins (cinematographer) wwwhawaiiedusitecalendaruploads16197jpg
Awards  British Academy Television Craft Award for Photography - Factual
Nominations  News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft: Direction
Movies  The Land Has Eyes, Phantom Below, Heatstroke, Paradise Broken, Hawaii: Strangers in Paradise
Similar  Vilsoni Hereniko, Peter Scoones, Brian Trenchard‑Smith, Andrew Prowse, Ted Prior

Cinematic storytelling the heart vs the head paul atkins at tedxmaui


Paul Atkins is an American cinematographer specializing in natural history films. Atkins is known for the footage of killer whales preying on seal pups in the BBC's The Trials of Life (1990), for which he won a British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) award. Atkins also was the director of photography for the Cape Horn unit for the feature film Master and Commander, which won an Academy Award for Cinematography by Russell Boyd, ASC. Atkins has been nominated for an Emmy award numerous times, winning it for his work in Great White Shark (1995) (Cinematography), and Hawaii: Strangers in Paradise (1991) (Cinematography, Outstanding Cultural Programming). Recently he has formed a partnership with Terrence Malick, serving as a second-unit director for The Tree of Life (2011) and Malick's currently untitled sixth feature, as well as director of photography for Voyage of Time (2016).

Paul Atkins (cinematographer) PAUL ATKINS

Atkins' union affiliation is with IATSE. Atkins resides in Hawaii, where he has also worked locally such as shooting commercials for Hawaiian Electric Company and US Senator Daniel Inouye. He works together with his wife, Grace Atkins, in their company Moana Productions.

Paul Atkins (cinematographer) httpsiytimgcomviWPvNduzdgUmaxresdefaultjpg

References

Paul Atkins (cinematographer) Wikipedia


Similar Topics
Andrew Prowse
Peter Scoones
Vilsoni Hereniko
Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L