Ray Peschke’s name in Hollywood has been synonymous with
innovative lighting. His brilliant work on such prestigious films as JFK,
Born on the 4th of July, Natural Born Killers, He Got Game, Wag the
Dog, The Usual Suspects, and many others, earned him the
reputation as a lighting master.
It’s only natural that his progression from lighting to cinematography
has also garnered critical acclaim.
With several diverse and challenging films under his belt as
cinematographer, including What About Love (Sharon Stone, Andy
Garcia) Fascination (Jacqueline Bisset, Adam Garcia, and Stuart
Wilson), Apostate (Dennis Hopper) Woman Thou Art Loosed
(Kimberly Elise), The Power of Few (Christopher Walken, Christian
Slater, Antony Anderson), Disney’s The United, to name a few, Ray’s many years of
experience are greatly appreciated by directors here and abroad.
Born and raised in Europe, Ray began his career at a young age
working for Bavarian Film Studios. Having worked on many projects
on locations all over the world, and with some of the greatest
directors, he has a unique and varied perspective on all facets of film
production. A creative force with an artist’s eye who stays one step
ahead of the latest technology, he also owns 2 complete camera
packages. Ray has the business acumen to get the job done on time
and under budget. Enthusiastic, always innovative, and with
impeccable visual taste, he is an asset to any production.