David A. Armstrong is a cinematographer best known for his work on the Saw franchise.
David Armstrong is a film industry veteran with over a hundred feature film and television productions to his credit, rising through the ranks as a cinematographer. He served as Director of Photography for James Wan on the Saw film series, making him one of the key team members to create the popular franchise.
In his later career, Armstrong has turned his attention to directing. In 2013, his directorial debut, PAWN, starred Forest Whitaker, Ray Liotta, Common, Stephen Lang, Michael Chiklis, Nikki Reed, and Martin Csokas.
Armstrong directed his second feature, LEGACY, starring Peter Stormare and Justin Chatwin, which should have been released in late 2017. On top of his extensive film set experience, he also holds a Master's and Bachelor's degree in cinematography from AFI and CalArts, respectively. He has won numerous awards for cinematography, including The ASC Student Award at the 1999 Student Academy Awards.
|1986||Norman and God|
|1995||Friday Night Blues|
|1997||Two in the Morning|
|My Dinner with André the Giant|
|Burningman: Inside the Kaleidoscope|
|1998||The Way to Santiago|
|2002||P.S. Your Cat Is Dead!|
|Judge Is God|
|2003||Fear of Feathers|
|Next Day Air|
|On the Inside|
|2014||It's Worth More Than You Think|
|2004||Ride with Funkmaster Flex|
|2008-2009||Heroes: The Recruit|
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