Greg 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. In addition, Andracke has earned 6 Emmy Awards and 6 Emmy Nominations in Cinematography and has previously worked on documentaries on arts and culture such as in “60 Minutes with Morley Safer” episodes about Julian Schnable and Van Gogh.
Oliver Sacks: His Own Life. Camera Operator. Director Ric Burns. PBS/American Masters, Vulcan Productions, Kino Lorber (2019)
Lady ‘Ndrangheta. Cinematography. Director Oren Jacoby. Sky TG 24 Italy. (2015)
American Ballet Theatre. Camera operator. Director Ric Burns. PBS/American Masters (2015)
Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s. Camera operator. Director Matthew Miele. Quixotic Endeavors and Berney Films UK. (2013)
Nova: Power Surge. Cinematography. Director Doug Hamilton, WGBH PBS (2011)
American Casino Director of Photography. Director Leslie Cockburn, Table Rock Films, (2009)
Taxi to the Dark Side. Cinematography. Director Alex Gibney. HBO, BBC. Academy Award for Best Documentary (2008).
Enron: Smartest Guys in the Room. Director of Photography. Director Alex Gibney. PBS. (2008).
Eavesdrop. TV Drama movie. Cinematography. Director Matthew Miele. Chris Fetchko Productions/ Quixotic Endeavors. (2008)
Nova: Ghost in your Genes. Cinematography. Director Sarah Holt, PBS WGBH (2007)
Rehearsing a Dream. Cinematography. Director Karen Goodman. Simon and Goodman Pictures. Academy Award Nomination. (2006).
The Battle over Citizen Kane. Cinematography. Director Michael Epstein. PBS. (2005)
The Trials of Henry Kissinger. Cinematography. Director Eugene Jarecki. BBC, TV2 Denmark, Arte France Cinema. (2002)
Dead Blue: Surviving Depression. Director Eames Yeates. HBO. Emmy Nominee for Cinematography (1998)
Talked to Death. Cinematography. TV Movie. Director Eames Yeates. HBO. Emmy Nominee for Cinematography (1997)
You Don’t Have to Die Director of Photography. Director Malcom Clarke. HBO. Academy Award for Best Documentary (1989)