DEAN CUNDEY, ASC reigns supreme as one of the best, most prolific, and talented cinematographers to ever grace celluloid with his often striking and accomplished photography. He attended UCLA Film School and was taught by famous cameraman James Wong Howe.

Cundey received a great deal of attention and accolades for his exemplary work on five films for John Carpenter: Halloween (1978) (Cundey's expert use of a fluid prowling camera, one of the first-ever uses of what became known as a Steadicam, became a key motif in a spate of slasher pictures made in this breakthrough independent smash's influential wake), The Fog (1980), Escape from New York (1981), The Thing (1982), and Big Trouble in Little China (1986).

Cundey's collaborations with Robert Zemeckis are likewise fine and impressive: Romancing the Stone (1984), all three "Back to the Future" features, Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) (Cundey was nominated for an Oscar for his outstanding contributions to this movie), and Death Becomes Her (1992).

Other films Cundey has served as a director of photography on are Halloween II (1981), Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982), Psycho II (1983), Warning Sign (1985), Road House (1989), Hook (1991), Jurassic Park (1993), Apollo 13 (1995), Garfield (2004), The Holiday (2006), Camp Rock (2008), The West Wing, and many more.


Kurt Oldman is a Swiss born composer known for his prolific hybrid orchestral, razor sharp electronic, heart pounding industrial, provocative dark distorted and epic emotional scores for film, television and video games.

His bold innovative commercial voice can be heard on a variety of shows with universal appeal such as Marvel's Guardians of The Galaxy, Paramount's Monster Trucks, HBO's Game of Thrones and CBS's The Good Wife.

While Kurt has a successful career scoring for film and television, his versatility and fearless approach has led to many opportunities working with major brands including Samsung, Taylor Made, Everlast, Konami and Beachbody.

Kurt Oldman's vast body of work is highly marketable and has been licensed in countless television episodes and documentaries including Storage Wars, The Dog Whisperer, Dateline NBC, The Daily Show and Inside The NFL. He has also published several albums with Universal Music's Killer Tracks.

Kurt studied at the Conservatory of Music Switzerland, the Swiss Jazz School Lucerne, the University of California Los Angeles and was a select participant of BMI's esteemed conducting workshop.