Roger’s gear package is one of the best in Texas. He’s ready to tell your story with a variety of cameras to choose from including the Canon C300, Sony F800, Sony F55, Sony F5, Sony F3, HDX900, Canon 5D, Sony A7S, and the Canon 5D. He also runs with a handful of Go Pros in his kit.
Roger recently wrapped up a three year run as Director of Photography of HGTV’s hit show, “Fixer Upper.” It’s a project that he’s been a part of since the pilot. He’s only now beginning to understand the impact this show has had on his career and personal life. “Fixer Upper” has fine tuned Roger into a DP that understands the fundamentals of reality television, especially home renovation shows. He’s grown very comfortable shooting in the middle of a construction site. If he can shoot there he can shoot anywhere.
Roger’s personality is infectious and producers and clients love working with him. Roger is based in the heart of Texas. He regularly travels throughout the Lone Star State and beyond for clients. He loves the adventure of being on the road almost as much as he loves working with cameras and lighting.
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