| AACTA Award for Best Cinematography|
Satellite Award for Best Cinematography
300: Rise of an Empire, The Great Gatsby, Warcraft, The Mummy: Tomb of t, Hacksaw Ridge
Jonathan Redmond, Matt Villa, Jason Ballantine, Bernie Goldmann, Kurt Johnstad
Simon Duggan Wikipedia
Simon Duggan (born 13 May 1959) is a New Zealand-born Australian cinematographer.
Duggan started his career off in Australia at Ross Wood Film Studios. His first feature film was 1998's The Interview starring Hugo Weaving. Duggan frequently worked with Alex Proyas and Len Wiseman, acting as cinematographer on their films Garage Days, I, Robot, Underworld: Evolution, Live Free or Die Hard and Knowing. Other credits include The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and Killer Elite.
Duggan was director of photography on Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby. This was Luhrmann's first experience filming with 3D.
After Gatsby, Duggan worked on 300: Rise of an Empire, Duncan Jones' Warcraft, and Hacksaw Ridge, which marked Mel Gibson's return to directing after 2006's Apocalypto.