Philip Anderson creates compelling imagery by combining artistry with technical skill and a deep understanding of how camera and light affect story.
Comfortable working with a variety of budget levels, he does not view budget as a hindrance to creating beautiful images, but rather a unique puzzle to be solved for each project. Extremely calm under pressure, he provides strong, collaborative leadership to a team of any size. His cinematography work spans many genres, and encompasses feature film, episodic television and commercial work. He has lensed the television series “Combat Report”, a World War II drama, and supported the Netflix Original, “Everything Sucks!” as the 2nd Unit Director of Photography. His feature film work includes “V-Force” starring Bruce Dern and Billy Zane, The “Haunting of Silver Falls 2” for Tony-Seven Films, “Seaside”, starring Broadway hit Ariana DeBose, and festival darling “Shut Up Anthony”. In addition, his resume is flooded with smaller projects; two standouts being the period western drama, “Gage” which continues to screen across Europe and the children’s fantasy, “Misfits”, made for Disney. His commercial work includes clients such as Daimler, Intel, Nike, Trend Micro, Farmer Boys and more.