Salvatore Totino, ASC, AIC
Salvatore is currently one of the foremost recognized cinematographers in cinema. He approaches each project with a unique visual style, and seamlessly translates each story’s unique concept into breathtaking moving images.
Born and raised in Brooklyn New York, Salvatore is a regular fixture on director Ron Howard’s team. In addition to Inferno, the duo collaborated on films such as The Missing, Cinderella Man, Frost/Nixon, The Dilemma, Made In America, The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons.
Salvatore Totino began building his reputation as one of the finest commercial and music video DOPs of his generation. Today, he has over 500 commercials on his resume, having contributed to high profile campaigns like Jack Daniels, Nike, Jaguar, The GAP and H.I.S. Jeans, winning a Clio Award for the latter. He lit the music videos for such celebrated bands as Radiohead, REM, Bruce Springsteen, Sound Garden, U2, and many others.
Totino‘s first feature film as Director of Photography came in 1998 when Oliver Stone hired him to work on his American football drama Any Given Sunday. Since then, Totino has compiled an impressive list of credits, including Changing Lanes directed by Roger Michell, People Like Us for Alex Kurtzman, Concussion for Peter Landesman and, most recently, Baltasar Kormakur’s Everest.