Greig Fraser scores Emmy win for ‘The Mandalorian’

Greig Fraser scores Emmy win for ‘The Mandalorian’
Greig Fraser on the set of ‘The Mandalorian’.

Cinematographer Greig Fraser has won a Creative Arts Emmy for his work on Disney+’s The Mandalorian, ‘Chapter 7: The Reckoning’.

Fraser shares the award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera Series (Half Hour) with frequent collaborator and co-dop, New Zealander Barry ‘Baz’ Idoine.

The Mandalorian is the pair’s second venture into the Star Wars universe, having previously worked together on Rogue One, with Fraser Dop and Idoine heading second unit.

Greig Fraser and Baz Idoine accepting their award.

Their work with director Jon Favreau and Ilm on The Mandalorian has been much discussed for innovative use of virtual sets, with LED panelling allowing real-time, in-camera compositing.

The cinematography Emmy is one of five awards for the Lucasfilm series so far, with other gongs for production design, sound editing, sound mixing and visual effects.

Fraser is currently working on The Batman.
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