Guy Mossman has dedicated himself to lensing both documentary and commercial productions. He is currently DP’ing Mark Landsman’s latest documentary series for NuvoTV, Los Jets, based on Paul Cuadros’ book, A Home on the Field. Last summer, he was the Series DP on Lauren Lazin’s first season of Bravo ́s Extreme Guide to Parenting for Bravo TV. Highlights of Guy’s recent cinematography include: Buck (Showtime, 2011, Sundance Audience Award, dir. Cindy Meehl), Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work (2010, dir. Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg), Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope (2011, dir. Morgan Spurlock), Critical Path (2013, dir. David Grabias), To Light a Candle (2013, dir.Maziar Bahari), The 2016 Project (2013, dir. Mark Obenhaus), Cost/SqFt (2013, Giorgio Angelini), Money and Medicine (2012, PBS, Roger Weisberg), Mariachi High (PBS, 2012, dir. Ilana Trachtman), and Sex Crimes Unit (HBO, 2011, dir. Lisa F. Jackson). Having grown up overseas, Mossman loves traveling, foreign languages, and shooting in challenging conditions. He has worked in India, Nepal, Paraguay, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, and Germany, and his cinematography has appeared on National Geographic, IFC, HBO, SHOWTIME, PBS, Sundance Channel, Discovery Channel, TLC, MTV, and the Versus Network. Now based in Los Angeles, Mossman runs Vox Pop Films (www.voxpopfilms.tv), a commercial production company with his wife, Lisa Hepner. They are currently producing and directing their first feature-length documentary together, The Human Trial.