Garry Phillips studied at Queensland University in Australia, graduating as a surveyor and then with an Arts degree in Communication. He joined FILMWORKS, a production house in Brisbane and worked in various crew and camera capacities before moving to Sydney as a freelance camera assistant. In 1993 he became a freelance cinematographer. He has been Director of Photography for feature films Better than Sex, Gettin’ Square, The Monkey’s Mask; and Candy, starring Heath Ledger, Abbie Cornish, and Geoffrey Rush. In 2005, Garry shot “Catch a Fire”, directed by Phillip Noyce in South Africa. Garry’s work includes Burning Man in 2010, and most recently on The Railway Man starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman.

Garry Phillips studied at Queensland University in Australia, graduating as a surveyor and then with …