Ousama Rawi started his career in the film business in the U.K.
After many years shooting Commercials and Feature Films, he moved to Canada. He now divides his time between Toronto and Los Angeles when he is not on location somewhere else in the world on a filming assignment.
Some of his credits include: Killing Jesus (National Geographic), Dracula (NBC), Ben Hur (Muse Entertainment/CBC/ABC), Borgia (Canal+), The Tudors (Showtime), Pirates of Silicon Valley (TNT), Zulu Dawn (Allied Artists), Black Windmill (Universal Pictures), and Pulp (United Artists).
He is an Emmy winner for Outstanding Cinematography for his work on The Tudors, and another seven wins, including two Gemini Awards, four CSC Awards, and in 2012 he received the Kodak New Century Award for Outstanding contribution to the Art of Cinematography.
He has also had seven other nominations for: another Emmy Award, another Gemini Award, two ASC Awards and three other CSC Awards.← BackNext →