Recent Work
PBS:  “America at a Crossroads:  Security vs Liberty”
One hour program about  the Patriot Act.  In one story 2 muslim men in Albany were entrapped by an FBI sting and convicted, leaving their families devastated.  Their guilt is in question.  December 2006 and January 2007.
CCG Metamedia and Astra Zeneca:  Educational film for doctors about Seroquel, an anti-psychotic drug.  We filmed many scenes with actors on location and in a soundstage.   Digital video,  October 2006.
TLC:  “Ashley Judd and YouthAids:  Confronting the Pandemic”:
Publicity tour by Ashley, Salma Hayek and Colombian music star Juanes in Central America.  I was the 2nd camera person in Guatemala.   Sony HVR-Z1U in HDV mode.    April 2006-  aired on TLC  in December 2006.
Ironbound Films:   Black and White “screen tests”
Interviews with employees of a non profit organization who are departing for work in developing nations.  Shot in the style of Andy Warhol’s screen tests.  Black and White, 16mm film.  November 2006.
National Geographic  “Mega Structures”:
New York Bridges episode.  Interviews with engineers and historians about the innovations in these famous bridges, which are the lifeblood of New York City’s transportation system.  DVCPRO HD,  November and
December 2006
PBS   “The Writing Code”:  a documentary series about the history of writing.   Writing was invented in three separate places on earth and for this series I travelled to Egypt and Iran to film the antiquities as well as local archaeologists, historians and linguists.  16x9 DVCAM,  2004-2005.
New Jersey Network:  “Ethics Roundtable Discussion”
Discussion group among NJ leaders, shot in an ornate room at the Newark Museum of Art.   Because the room is historic, an elaborate lighting rig was required, which I designed.  Shot with two broadcast cameras on platform dollies.  December 2006
Roger Grange
Director of Photography

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