In 1988, Brian Johnson's passion for cinema would put him in Los Angeles, attending The Movie Group Institute. Here he would study Cinematography and Directing under the watchful eye of the late Actor, Ross Hagen (Daktari, Gunsmoke, Mission Impossible, The Fall Guy). A short time later, Ross would employ Brian to shoot the low budget physiological cult thriller, “ The Media Madman,” directed by Ross and starring Hoke Howell (Another 48 hours, Far and Away, Alien Species). Shortly thereafter, he worked work as Assistant Camera, for such greats as the late Gary Graver, one of the last remaining Cinematographers for Orson Wells.
Later in his career, Brian would direct and shoot such notables as Donald O'Conner (Singing In The Rain), Sarah Jessica Parker (Sex In The City), and many others. He would go on to obtain credits in the visual effects department of Paramount Televisions “Seven Days” TV seriesand theEmmy winning CBS Sports documentary, "The Life and Times of Pete Maravich" in which he would be credited as Cinematographer.
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Credits include the Emmy winning CBS Sports Docu-Drama "The Life and Times of Pete Maravich" and Paramount Televisions "Seven Days" TV Series.
Seen here in the earlier 80's working as 1st AC for the late Gary Graver,