Buddy Squires is a famous cinematographer as well as a director and producer, who started his career the movie, "Brooklyn Bridge" aired in 1981 and directed by Ken Burns. He was more for the serial cinematography and did his first master piece in the serial, "New York: A Documentary Film" aired in 1999 for its 7 episodes. His second ground breaking cinematography was for the show, "Broadway: The American Musical" for its six episodes.
Now that he achieved a full experience in his field he was offered to work in the serial, "The War" and did it for seven episodes. From 1990 -2008 was the famous serial, "The American Experience" for its 22 episodes that buddy worked as a cinematographer. His famous work in the movies includes, "Free to Dance", "After Innocence", "Nanking" and "Waiting fo
Why is he famous?
He is famous not only as a cinematographer but also as a director and producer of the movies, "Listening to Children: A Moral Journey with Robert Coles", "The Statue of Liberty" and "Ram Dass, Fierce Grac".
Our editors need your help to write the biography of Buddy Squires. If you want to contribute, please feel free to click on [edit biography] link from above and complete the fields. If you want to explain why Buddy Squires is famous or if you know any important piece of information and 'juicy gossip' about Buddy Squires which you would like to share with everyone don't hesitate to post it too.
Image source: variety.com
|Buddy Squires Videos
Excerpt from PBS's "The War" by Florentine Films & WETA-TV