Greg Andracke

Director of Photography, New York City

Andracke has been a Director of Photography for ABC, NBC, PBS, Channel 4 UK, HBO, The History Channel, and Netflix for over 40 years. His camera work has appeared on major documentary TV series such as “Crime & Punishment” for NBC/Dick Wolf Productions, “America Undercover” for HBO, “American Masters” and “NOVA” for PBS, and continues to be a regular contributor to NBC’s “60 Minutes” as well as independent documentaries. He was the Director of Photography for Alex Gibney’s “Taxi to the Dark Side” (2008) which won an Academy Award for Best Documentary, Malcolm Clarke’s “You Don’t Have to Die” (1989) winning an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short, and 4 Academy nominated documentaries such as Alex Gibney’s “Enron: Smartest Guys in the Room” (2005) and Michael Epstein’s “The Battle over Citizen Kane” (2005).

In addition, Andracke has earned 6 Emmy Awards and 6 Emmy Nominations in Cinematography, an Outstanding Photographic Achievement Award from Eastman Kodak, and has previously worked on documentaries on arts and culture such as on “60 Minutes with Morley Safer” episodes about Julian Schnable and Van Gogh, “HBO Masterclass” series about Frank Gehry and Placido Domingo, and Sony Music documentary productions about Wynton Marsalis, Kathleen Battle, and YoYo Ma.