Stephen Andrich


Stephen Andrich

From 1995 – 2004, Steve Andrich served as vice president of cinematography for NFL FILMS expanding the studio’s legacy as legendary cinema verite documentarians, while bringing the studio’s 70 cinematographers into a new era of filmmaking.

Regarded as one of the world’s best sports and extreme-action cinematographers, Director/Cameraman Steve Andrich has been sought after by the entertainment industry’s leading filmmakers and producers to capture some of the most famous athletes, actors and recording artists from Tom Cruise to Sheryl Crowe to Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady.

Andrich’s style has become synonymous with excellence inside the sports arena and out. With his diverse experience Steve creates a cohesive, comfortable energy on set resulting in memorable work which has been honored with numerous awards, including five National Emmys, a Cannes Silver Lion and most recently, top honors at ADDY and a Best of Show at the Golden Pencil Awards for “Full Apologies” a PSA on drunk driving, as well as 2010 National Silver Addy award as Director/DP for ALS PSA, "Piece by Piece", for transforming spontaneous, often chaotic motion into indelible storytelling images.

Although he is known for mastering sport photography shooting hundreds of commercials, recently Steve has added credits as Director/DP covering a wide range of products including “Crazy,” the 2004 award-winning spot created by Young & Rubicam; Husky, CAT Boots, QVC, 2Ksports, Temple University, and Pontiac, to name a few.

Andrich has numerous television credits, among them My Father’s Gun – the History Channel’s screen adaptation of the critically acclaimed book as well as concert documentaries for Macy Gray and Good Charlotte and he is currently working on Leverage starring Timothy Hutton.

His other film credits include work as a second-unit cinematographer on major motion pictures, including Iron Man 2, Invincible, Pride and Glory, We Are Marshall, The Longest Yard, Coach Carter, Jerry Maguire and The Water Boy. Most recently Stephen is proud to have directed and DPd the short film Thoughts of Suicide on an Otherwise Lovely Day.