Graham Robbins

Graham Robbins

Cinematographer in Los Angeles, California

About Graham

A California native, Graham grew up around the movies. At the age of 15 he was already reading American Cinematographer and was never far from a camera. For the past 4 years, he has been working professionally as a cinematographer shooting commercials for clients like BMW, Time Warner, and Sony. More than anything, Graham enjoys shooting narrative and constantly looking for a new feature or short film on which to get behind the lens. In his off time he can be found taking photos, rock climbing, or at the Magic Castle in Hollywood.

Name: Graham Robbins

Lives in: Los Angeles, California

Occupation: Cinematographer


  • Veracruz

    Veracruz (2015)
    Film by Joel Souza (Drama) Cinematographer

  • Zero Day

    Zero Day (2015)
    Film (short) by Joe Harkins (Action, Drama and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer

  • The Age of Men

    The Age of Men (2015)
    Film (short) by Carl Goldstein (Comedy) Cinematographer Four middle-aged university friends from Europe buy a rundown hotel in the party town of Ibiza to try and get their youth and lives back on track.

  • Christmas Trade

    Christmas Trade (2015)
    Film by Joel Souza (Comedy and Family) Cinematographer

  • Slay Belles

    Slay Belles (2015)
    Film by Dan Walker (Horror) Cinematographer

  • Murad Acne Complex

    Murad Acne Complex (2015)
    Film (short) by Brenton Earley (News) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Until Dawn

    Until Dawn (2015)
    Video Game by Will Byles (Drama, Horror and Mystery) Miscellaneous Crew 1 year after the death and disappearance of twin sisters, Hannah and Beth, 8 friends, Mike, Matt, Chris, Emily, Ashley, Jessica, Josh and Sam return to the cabin in the mountains belonging to the parents of their friend Josh, brother of the missing sisters. Shortly after arriving, the friends realize that they may not be the only people on this mountain.

  • Artificial Sweetener

    Artificial Sweetener (2015)
    Film (short) by Danny Simonzad (Drama) Cinematographer A paranoid girl thinks a young man is going to shoot all the oblivious patrons of a coffee shop.

  • Ghost Squad

    Ghost Squad (2015)
    Film by Joel Souza (Family) Cinematographer Growing up in a small town, Charlie, Alex and Nick weren't the most popular kids around after they formed "The Elite Monster Unit". Chasing notorious, mythical legends and ghosts was exciting to them, not "cool" to the other kids around. So they lived their lives on the outside of the "in" crowd. Making matters worse was Charlie's obvious crush on Brandy, one of the most popular kids in school and sister to one of the biggest bullies around. Trying to impress Brandy, Charlie accepts a dare from her brother Nick that says he and his friends must spend Halloween night in a house long rumored to be haunted.What seems to be an easy challenge quickly turns out to be a night of frights as Charlie, Nick and Alex find themselves in the fight of their lives trying to out smart (and outrun) their new nemesis, a ghost dog named Salty, who does whatever he can to make this the worst night of their lives...

  • Genie in a Bikini

    Genie in a Bikini (2015)
    TV Movie by Bennet Silverman (Comedy) Cinematographer Kids Jacob and Cruz want nothing more than to be in with the popular crowd. This quest seems impossible until they discover a genie lamp and now have their own personally Genie, Matt (Joey Richter). Unfortunately, Matt is not great at granting wishes, but does his best to help Cruz and Jacob throw the most amazing and unforgettable party ever so they can finally be part of the popular crew. Written by kathryneabland

  • Keyhole

    Keyhole (2014)
    Film (short) by Armen Aghaeian (Fantasy, Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Cinematographer A traveler spends the night at a bed and breakfast. The caretaker reluctantly offers him a room as long as he follows one simple rule, 'Do not disturb any of the other guests for any reason whatsoever.' The traveler soon realizes the reasoning behind this specific rule. Written by Anonymous

  • Killing Happy

    Killing Happy (2014)
    Film (short) by David Brandvik (Comedy, Drama and Family) Cinematographer 'Kill my dog before dinner.' Michael has always sucked it up and done as his mother requested, and no request is beyond her. But tonight, as Michael's family helps to prepare for her birthday dinner, she goes too far. What's a son to do? A late in life coming of age story. And it really happened. Written by Anonymous

  • Racquetball

    Racquetball (2014)
    Television (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department

  • The Social Contract

    The Social Contract (2014)
    Film (short) by Matthew Spradlin (Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer A woman's dark and violent past catches up with her when she is forced to choose between her own salvation or keeping her family alive.

  • Nicotine Stains

    Nicotine Stains (2013)
    Film by Gennaro Desposito (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Cinematographer Charlie, a bi-polar, down on his luck average Joe suffers a psychotic break after quitting smoking a synthetic brand of cigarettes. As he becomes more unhinged from withdraw he begins to hear the cigarettes speak, telling him do nasty things, like kill his roommates. This kicks off a deep, dark descent from which Charlie may never recover. Written by Anonymous

  • Cuddle

    Cuddle (2013)
    Film (short) by Elle Schneider (Comedy) Cinematographer A girl gets more than she bargained for when her therapist sends her to a cuddle class to cure her intimacy problems.

  • Accused

    Accused (2013)
    Film (short) by Mark Kolodjski (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer A young woman, attacked on the highway, is picked up by a kind couple who take her to the local diner where she spots her attacker.

  • The Art of Paying Rent

    The Art of Paying Rent (2011)
    Film (short) by Joel Reaves (Drama) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department Growing up shouldn't mean letting go of your dreams.

  • I Scream, You Scream

    I Scream, You Scream (2011)
    Film (short) by Michael Switzer (Action) Camera and Electrical Department Making the decision of which ice cream flavor to buy, a young woman day dreams off into a fantasy world where she embodies each of the different flavors. A battle between the flavors ensues as they all fight to be the chosen one.

  • Biology 101

    Biology 101 (2011)
    Film by Christopher R. Smith (Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Bill Pollard is the very image of a mild-mannered suburbanite. He is a calm and stable husband and father, and teaches biology at Thatherton Community College. He is also hopelessly addicted to internet pornography. The object of Bill's lustful obsession is webcam vixen Dani Darling. He spends his nights secretly entranced by her scintillating images, keeping his illicit fantasies hidden from his wife and family. One day, new student Marissa Weaver transfers into Bill's Monday-Wednesday biology class. There's something very familiar about her. Bill comes to suspect that normal college student Marissa Weaver may lead a secret private life as Dani Darling. His pathological desire to find the truth leads him down a destructive spiral of perverse sexual obsession. Written by Second Feature Productions

  • Stage 5

    Stage 5 (2011)
    Television by Larry Laboe (News) Cinematographer, Director In depth interviews with the most exciting new voices in film.

  • Athaza

    Athaza (2010)
    Film (short) by Brian Tetsuro (Crime, Drama and Mystery) Cinematographer A warped mind mandates murder. A warped mind daydreams about death. A warped mind smiles over sin. But a truly warped mind doesn't think it's warped at all. Evil is a matter of perception.

  • Xerox

    Xerox (2010)
    Film (short) by Joel Reaves (Comedy and Romance) Cinematographer What if love had a pause button?

  • Kill Joy

    Kill Joy (2010)
    Film (short) by Brian L. Tan (War) Cinematographer A glimpse into a day in the life of an ordinary US Army private and how he has to come to terms with killing for the first time.

  • Convenience

    Convenience (2010)
    Film (short) by Michael Switzer Cinematographer Trying to rob a liquor store, an angry armed gunman discovers that there is someone actually more angry than him.

  • For the Good of the People

    For the Good of the People (2010)
    Film (short) by Dana James Jones (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • BlackBoxTV

    BlackBoxTV (2010)
    Television by Tony E. Valenzuela (Horror, Mystery and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer

  • Flying for Mice

    Flying for Mice (2009)
    Film (short) by Joel Reaves (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew For Danny, love was just a bad past experience. But with the help of his friends he soon finds his footing, breaking free of his broken heart to find new romance.

  • So-Cal Save Me

    So-Cal Save Me (2009)
    Film (short) by Taylor Jackson (Action, Drama and Sport) Producer A young man is given an ultimatum by his uncle to change his life around or live on the streets.

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