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Greig Fraser is an award winning cinematographer originally from Melbourne, Australia now based in Los Angeles.

In 2002 Greig shot Glendyn Ivin’s acclaimed short film Crackerbag.   In 2005, he won an Australian Film Industry Award for Best Cinematography for his work on the film Jewboy. In 2006 he shot the feature film Out of the Blue, based on the Aramoana Massacre in New Zealand. 

Greig has worked a number of features including on Scott Hicks’ film The Boys Are Back, Bright Star directed by Jane Campion, and Glendyn Ivin’s film Last Ride.  He has continued working on shorts as well including Nash Edgerton’s short films Spider and Lucky and Netherland Dwarf and Crossbow for David Michod.

Most recently, Greig was the Director of Photography on Let Me In, Matt Reeves’ American adaption of the Swedish  thriller, Let The Right One In, about a bullied young boy that befriends a young female vampire who lives in secrecy with her guardian.

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