John Bartley

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John Bartley
Born John Stanley Bartley
(1947-02-12) February 12, 1947 (age 70)
Wellington, New Zealand
Other names John S. Bartley
Occupation Cinematographer, Dictor of Photography, Gaffer
Years active 1978-present

John Stanley Bartley (born February 12, 1947), often credited as Jon Bartley, is a New Zealand-born American, who is a resident of Canada. Bartley is an cinematographer who is best known for his work on television series such as Lost, "Bates Motel (TV series)" and The X Files and feature films such as The X Files: I Want to Believe and The Chronicles of Riddick.

Bartley was raised in Wellington, where he didn't get to watch television until his early teens, and even then only one channel was broadcasting in New Zealand.[1] In an interview he said that National Velvet and The Bridge on the River Kwai were two of his favorite films when he was young.[1]

In 1995, Bartley received his first Emmy Award nomination in the category "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Cinematography for a Series" for the The X Files episode "One Breath," he lost the award to Tim Suhrstedt for Chicago Hope.[2] Bartley was nominated the following year in the same category, and won the award.[3] Bartley was also nominated for an Emmy in the Outstanding Cinematography For A One Hour Series category for the Lost episode "The Constant."[4]


As cinematographer or director of photography[edit]



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  1. ^ a b "ASC CLOSE-UP". 2008-08-01. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  2. ^ "Emmy Awards: 1995". The Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  3. ^ "Emmy Awards: 1996". The Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  4. ^ Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, (July 17, 2008) "Complete 2008 Nominations List." Retrieved on July 17, 2008.

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