Bob Bushfield

Bob Bushfield

Cinematographer and Director of Photography

Toronto, Canada

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  • Condor

    Condor (2018)
    Television by MGM (Thriller) Chief Lighting Technician Episodes 8,9 & 10 A young CIA analyst Joe Turner, whose idealism is tested when he joins the CIA hoping to reform it from within but stumbles onto a terrible but brilliant plan that threatens the lives of millions.

  • Designated Survivor

    Designated Survivor (2017)
    Television by ABC (Action, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Chief Lighting Technician Season I "Warriors" A low-level Cabinet member becomes President of the United States after a catastrophic attack kills everyone above him in the line of succession.

  • Split

    Split (2016)
    Film (Drama and Fantasy) 2nd Unit Director of Photography Split is the surreal and epic journey a young woman takes to claim her own darkness and sexuality so she can stop putting it into the hands of her abusive lover. When Inanna, a young actress, becomes obsessed with a mask maker, she sacrifices parts of her life in order to win his love. At the same time she enters a mythic journey in the theater that blurs her performance, her dreams and her real life and results in a provocative and powerful confrontation that frees them both. Written by Anonymous

  • GasLamp

    GasLamp (2015)
    Television (Mystery) Cinematographer 29-year-old Virginia Hudson is an appraiser and amateur sleuth. She is often asked by police or clients to appraise items, which have fallen through the cracks. It's Virginia's responsibility to value the items. She is responsible for tracing the item to an heir or rightful owner, but ultimately goes about solving a mystery. All the episodes will be filmed in San Diego and use San Diego's unique juxtaposition to Mexico and our rich historical background to further story lines. Written by LB McGill

  • Figure Studies

    Figure Studies (2012)
    Film (Short) Cinematographer Applies the technology of high-speed HD video toward capturing scenes and subject matter reminiscent of the famous Eadweard Muybridge and Etienne-Jules Marey photo-studies of human movement. Both of these bodies of work, which constitute some of the greatest achievements of 19th century photography, are also considered early progenitors of cinema. The core premise of the project was quite simple: record a small slice of time (a mere five seconds of movement) at extremely high frame rates (3000 frames per second), so that when played back in real time, the seconds would stretch to a glacially-paced ten minutes. Figure Studies applies that methodology to a diverse range of human subjects: specialized bodies shaped by athletics, dancing, and physical labor, as well as non-specialized bodies. Within each group, there is a broad range of ages and body-types as well as ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Each subject is seen executing a particular movement sequence or concept that was arrived ... Written by David Michalek

  • Prohibition

    Prohibition (2011)
    Television (Documentary and History) Chief Lighting Technician 3 Episodes Throughout American history, heavy alcohol consumption has been a pervasive part of its national social character. However in the 1800s, a growing Temperance movement arose determined to oppose the destructive habit by any means necessary. This series tells the story of this crusade until it achieved its ultimate goal of passing the 18th Amendment of the US Constitution which imposed prohibition. After that victory, the series covers this social reform's disastrous unintended consequences that encouraged clandestine drinking and organized crime while undermining civil liberties and society's respect for the law in ways that still reverberate today. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (

  • Portraits in Dramatic Time

    Portraits in Dramatic Time (2011)
    Film Cinematographer PORTRAITS IN DRAMATIC TIME a series of 40 art films created by artist David Michalek is a free, public installation that can be seen on the facade of the David H. Koch Theatre between July 5- 31, 2011 nightly from 8:45PM - 11:45PM as part of the 2011 Lincoln Center Festival. Each video depicts a dramatic scene shot in just 10 seconds and played back in hyper-slow motion, extending the length to about 7 minutes. The scenes vary from solos by famous actors such as Alan Rickman, Holly Hunter, Liev Schreiber, William H. Macy, William Mapother, Patti LuPone, Ludivine Sagnier, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Sarita Choudhury, Alison Pill, David Patrick Kelly, Lili Taylor, Carmen Ejogo etc. The extreme slowness allows the viewer to witness details of movement - such as muscles, facial expressions - revealing the gradual progression and in-between moments of developing emotions. Veteran film and theatre director, Paul Warner served as executive creative consultant and assisted in coaching and ... Written by Dorottya Mathe

  • Effections

    Effections (2010)
    Film (Short and Drama) Cinematographer The story of a pill popping executive who's on a spiritual mission and desperate race against the clock to get pregnant in order to protect her billion dollar inheritance. While on a soul searching mission to come to peace with her dying father's last wishes, she gets pulled into a world of Russian mob trickery and falls into a few empty holes her philandering music executive husband and covert extorting uncle have left open. After digging for explanations, she discovers a deep and darkly hidden secret that threatens to wreck havoc on her family's empire. Written by Anonymous

  • Small Change

    Small Change (2010)
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  • In Search of Ambrosio Gonzales: Soldier Under Two Flags

    In Search of Ambrosio Gonzales: Soldier Under Two Flags (2009)
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  • The Saint of the Zuiderzee

    The Saint of the Zuiderzee (2007)
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  • Lives of the Saints

    Lives of the Saints (2004)
    TV Movie (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Vittorio Innocente, a young man, estranged from the tragedies of his Italian immigrant family, has spent his adult life denying his past. When his estranged father starts to stalk Vittorio's sister, Rita, with murderous intent, Vittorio is moved to return to his family and uncover the decades-old secrets that have torn his family apart. Written by diablo

  • Dirty Work

    Dirty Work (1998)
    Film (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Mitch and Sam have to come up with $50,000 and fast! The only problem is neither one can hold down a job. Mitch finds a way to money by exploiting the only talents the two have, by opening a "Revenge For Hire" business. Written by Colby Smith <>

  • Millennium

    Millennium (1996)
    Television (Crime, Drama, Mystery, Horror and 1 More) Camera and Electrical Department A former FBI profiler moves his family from Washington DC to Seattle, where he joins the Millennium Group, a mysterious organization of former law enforcement officers, committed to battling a crime wave which grows as the turn of the millennium approaches. Written by Alexander Lum <>

  • He's Out There

    He's Out There
    Film by Sony (Horror) Chief Lighting Technician On vacation at a remote lake house, a mother and her two young daughters must fight for survival after falling into a terrifying and bizarre nightmare conceived by a psychopath.


  • EMMY Award Best Lighting Direction 2010 "The Two Lives of Ambrosio Gonzalez"

  • EMMY Award Best Lighting Direction 2007 "The St. of the Zuiderzee"

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