Tom Curran is an Emmy award-winning cinematographer and filmmaker. Recent projects have taken him from filming survivors of the Nanking massacre in China to Moscow’s Olympic training complex for Netflix’s newest series hosted by Chelsea Handler. This past summer Curran photographed the A&E series Born This Way that follows young adults with Down Syndrome. For HBO’s In Vogue: The Editor's Eye Curran filmed fashion icons in Europe and Ice Cold Gold had Curran camping out for two months in the Arctic Circle for Animal Planet. Curran has DP'd for ABC, ESPN, A&E, IFC, PBS, Discovery Channel, The History Channel, The Learning Channel, among others. Tom's company Curran Camera, Inc. supplies the newest in super 35mm sensor camera technology featuring Arri’s Amira and Alexa Mini. Curran Camera supplies Canon’s C300 Mii and Fujinon’s Cabrio Cine zooms to Chelsea Handler’s show. Tom is also a filmmaker-- his first film Adrift is an award-winning documentary that aired on PBS and The Silence aired on Frontline, PBS in 2011. Curran studied at The American Film Institute, and lives in Los Angeles.
Tom's a professional and a stand up guy. He was integral into the success of my shoot by offering guidance and advice when using the specific lens I rented from him. I highly recommend using Tom for your specialty camera needs on your next shoot.