Rob Kositchek is a cinematographer with extensive experience in television, feature, documentary and commercial production. Over the past ten years, he has worked on cutting edge projects as 24, The X-Files, Roswell and The Pretender. Recently, he lensed extensive documentary work for The History Channel. Twice, he has been recognized by the International Cinematographers Guild [ICG] for Outstanding Cinematography. In 2008, he received The Kodak Award for his work in creating and founding The Emerging Cinematographers Awards.
Kositchek is well versed in traditional Film technique and leads the way in creating new directions with today’s digital technology. All this experience is shared abundantly with his students. Kositchek invites you to visit his website and to contact him with any questions regarding Cinematography Instruction at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic arts.