Cinematographer shot films, shows, musicvideos
Cinematographer and still photographer Marc E. Reshovsky, A.S.C. , who shot films, TV shows and musicvideos, died Nov. 20 in Seattle of complications from influenza. He was 52.
Reshovsky shot films in including “Red Rock West,” “Wild Orchid II,” “Set It Off” and “Teen Witch.”
He also worked as camera operator on films such as “Madonna: Truth or Dare,” “U2: Rattle and Hum” and “Dave Matthews Band: The Gorge.”
Born in Los Angeles, he graduated from UCLA.
He received the Eastman Kodak Lifetime Achievement Award in Music Video Cinematography and was nominated for Cinematography for EnVogue’s Free your Mind music video. He later won the M.V.P.A. Award for the same video, directed by Mark Romanek. He worked Oscar-winning shorts “Trevor” and “Lieberman in Love,” and won the A.S.C. Cinematographer Award in 1997 for 3rd Rock from the Sun (3D Special Dream Sequence) and was nominated for an ACE Award for Best Cinematography in 1992 for the pilot of Red Shoe Diaries.
Marc is survived by his sons; Zachary and Rory, his partner Taylor Bruce and his faithful dog Mochi.