About Richard Foreman

 

 

 

A member of both the International Cinematographer's Guild Local 600 and the Society of Motion Pictures Still Photographers,  Richard Foreman is credited on over 100 feature films and countless television shows, working with many of Hollywood’s finest directors, producers, and actors.  

 

Throughout a career spanning over thirty years, he has traveled to film locations on five continents; working on soundstages, in blizzards, rain and sandstorms, under the water, and in the air, always striving to capture the iconic images used to propel a feature film release towards box office and critical success.   His work has been featured on a vast array of magazine spreads, poster images, billboards, websites, book covers, as well as DVD and soundtrack CD packaging.

 

Images captured by Richard Foreman over the last decades have been utilized in numerous Oscar and Golden Globe campaigns.  Feature film releases using his images in posters and billboards have garnered a number of industry awards and nominations, most notably the "Best Overall Campaign" KEY ART AWARD for the NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN advertising in 2007.  

 

That same year, his images from 3:10 TO YUMA secured Lionsgate’s two KEY ART AWARD nominations for Best Outdoor Advertising and Best Foreign Print Campaign.  In 2012, using only his on-set photography, FilmDistrict scored a second place KEY ART AWARD in the Billboard Category for DRIVE, the Ryan Gosling heist-gone-wrong drama.

Richard's images from ENDER'S GAME contributed to Summit Entertainment's first place finish in the "Best Theatrical Standee" KEY ART AWARD in 2013.

In 2010, and again in 2013, the Publicists Guild of America honored Richard with nominations for their prestigious “Excellence in Unit Photography” award for his work in television and feature films.