He was born in Budapest, Hungary and worked at the Hungarian Television as a camera assistant and later as a cameraman on many documentaries and feature films. He came to the United States in 1982. He attended the American Film Institute in 1983-84 and since he has been living in Los Angeles, California. His feature film credits as Director of Photography include: Delusion with Jennifer Rubin, Undertow a ShowTime movie with Lou Diamond Philips, The Crew with Viggo Mortensen and The Last Seduction II. with Joan Severance which was filmed in Barcelona and Wales, UK. For parts of many years he was filming – on location in Lithuania – the TV series: The New Adventures of Robin Hood for Warner Brothers. Back in Los Angeles, he photographed A Carol Christmas and The Long Shot for Hallmark Entertainment and recently completed a feature film, Metamorphosis with Christopher Lambert, filmed on location in Hungary, Austria and Germany. Besides a number of other feature films he has been involved with a few documentaries, some which were recognized at film festivals in Europe and in the U.S (Sick: The Life & Death of Bob Flanagan). He is a member of the Hungarian Society of Cinematographers – HSC and the Digital Cinema Society.