Matthew is a Los Angeles based cinematographer with a body of work that includes dramatic television, documentaries, commercials, and features with a specialty in live action stereographic 3D cinema. His recent credits include Director of Photography on Korean megastar Kim Jang Hoon’s 3D music video featuring Paris Hilton, DP for 2 seasons of CNN’s documentary series Declassified, and Stereographer for the last two installations of the Transformers franchise directed by Michael Bay.
Over the past 20 years, Matthew is proud to have worked with Peter Anderson, ASC, 3ality Digital, and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, among many others. His camerawork can be seen in hundreds of projects for clients such as Fox, NFL Films, Universal, Toyota, Turner, and Warner Brothers. In addition to his on-set career, Matthew served as a Stereographer at Sony Pictures Studios in 2010-2011, consulting on 3D projects, contributing to product design, and teaching the ICG and DGA 3D seminars at the Sony 3D Technology Center. In 2012, Matthew was elected to the Board of Governors of the International 3D Society. In 2014, he co-founded the virtual reality firm, Digital Quilt.
A native of Vermont, Matthew earned an MFA in Cinematography from the American Film Institute, where he teamed with director Sharat Raju to shoot the award-winning American Made and later the feature documentary, Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath. Matthew lives in Los Angeles with his family.