Christopher Chomyn, ASC is an award winning cinematographer with a diverse body of work. His credits include narrative feature films, commercials and documentaries. Chris received his MFA in Production from The UCLA School of Theater Film and Television in 1990. His work has taken him around the world. He has filmed in 18 states, 13 countries on 5 continents. Chris has been teaching cinematography at the USC School of Cinematic Arts since 1997. He has led cinematography workshops and seminars for: Walt Disney Feature Animation, Eastman Kodak, The International Cinematographer’s Guild, UCLA Extension, Loyola Marymount University, The International Film and Video Workshops in Rockport, Maine, the Center for Educational Exchange with Vietnam and the Communications University of China in Beijing. Chris is an active member of the American Society of Cinematographers and co-chairs the “Friends of the ASC” initiative. He has served as a curriculum consultant for the highly acclaimed ASC Master Classes. He has been a Film Independent “Project Involve” mentor; and he serves on the social services committee of the International Cinematographers’ Guild. Chris has been married for 20 years and has two daughters, ages 14 and 16.