Brian Murphy's professional career in video began in 1992 while working for a large broadcast video rental company, before becoming a freelance camera operator and video technician. His video camera work includes a personal interview with Henry Kissinger for the Israeli TV documentary 'Three Generals' (2003), the 'Simon Weisenthal Humanitarian Award Dinner' (2002) which honored singer /songwriter Bono Vox of U2, live performances & web-simulcasts for 'Atsushi Nishijima' (2002) and several national commercial spots for 'Toyota', 'Hewlett-Packard' & 'Motorola'. He worked as First AC during (2002-2003) on a documentary which focuses on various punk rock legends in New York during the late 1970's and early 1980's (yet to be released), and on an independent feature called 'Love' (2004). His knowledge of video formats includes; MiniDV (DVX-100), DigiBeta (DVW-790), DVCPro HD (Varicam) and HDCam (CineAlta).
Tribeca All Access® | 2006