Director of Photography
Garry Phillips is a seasoned cinematographer; working across both film and television for well over two-decades. Most recently, Garry completed work on two episodes of Fremantle Media’s Picnic at Hanging Rock, with additional television credits include Missing for Company Pictures in the UK, and Indian Summers for Arte France. He also shot Secret City for Matchbox, The Story of Us for Essential Media/Seven network, and The Railway Man for director Jonathan Teplitzky, starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman. Garry has won many awards for his work including the ACS Gold Tripod Award and AACTA Award nomination for Best Cinematography on The Railway Man, he also won a Gold ACS Award for NSW/ACT Cinematographers Society Awards for Burning Man and was nominated for a FCCA Award and AACTA Award, along with Gettin’ Square and Better Than Sex. He won the title of ‘Australian Cinematographer of the Year’ in 2015 at the ACS Awards.
Garry’s cinematography credits also include Candy, the feature adaptation of Luke Davies’ book, directed by Neil Armfield and starring Heath Ledger and Abbie Cornish, and Phillip Noyce’s Catch A Fire alongside Ron Fortunato. He shot The Monkey’s Mask for Samantha Lang, Razzle Dazzle for director Darren Ashton and Feeling Sexy for director Davida Alleb and producers Glenys Rowe and Chris Noonan.
Further television credits include Matchbox Pictures’ Old School for ABC TV, Cordell Jigsaw’s House of Hancock for The Nine Network and First Australians for Rachel Perkins.
Garry is currently working on John Edward's Australian Gangster.
For enquiries regarding Garry Phillips please contact us via email or on (02) 9319 7199