photo: Claudette Barius

photo: Claudette Barius


For more than 20 years, Frank has contributed his talents to many award-winning television and feature film productions. His wide range of work has been celebrated all the way from the Cannes Film Festival to the pages of American Cinematographer Magazine. 

Some of his recent theatrically released feature films include the romantic comedy Dog Days directed by Ken Marino and starring Vanessa Hudgens, Nina Dobrev and Finn Wolfhard; A Bread Factory Parts I & II starring Tyne Daly and Janeane Garofalo and The Grief of Others starring Wendy Moniz and Rachel Dratch both directed by revered independent filmmaker Patrick Wang. A Bread Factory Parts I & II was nominated for the John Cassevettes Award at the Independent Spirit Awards. Frank also shot Patrick’s first film In The Family starring Trevor St. John, Brian Murray and the director himself. In addition to the film being nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature, it was also featured in an American Society of Cinematographer’s podcast.

In television production he has had the pleasure to work with some of the top comedic actors working today on hit shows such as Burning Love, Childrens Hospital, The Mindy Project, Mystery Science Theater 3K: The Return and Rob Riggle’s Ski Master Academy

He is also a visiting instructor teaching Advanced Cinematography at the Maine Media Workshop.

As a Los Angeles based, native New Yorker and first generation American of Latino parents, Frank always strives to offer his unique view of the world to explore and elevate any project in which he has the honor to collaborate. 

Check out Frank's interview for American Cinematographer's podcast - (from October 2012)