A frequent collaborator of offbeat visionary auteurs the Coen brothers, cinematographer Roger Deakins’ work on such features as The Shawshank Redemption (1994), Fargo (1996), Kundun (1997), and O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) – all Oscar-nominated for Best Cinematography – has earned him a reputation as one of the premier cinematic visionaries of his generation. Born in Devon, England, Deakins initially studied graphic design, a career path which eventually led him to realize his love for still photography. Following his education at the National Film School, Deakins was commissioned to create a photographic documentary on his hometown, an assignment that found him focusing on documentary filmmaking for the next seven years. Deakins subsequently stepped behind the camera for such television documentaries as Around the World with Ridgeway, Zimbabwe, and Eritrea – Behind Enemy Lines; and in 1983 National Film School student Michael Radford offered him work on the fiction feature Another… read more
Why isn't there any mention of his work on "WALL-E", "How To Train Your Dragon" and "Rango" on here? I mean, really!