Roger Deakins is a visual consultant for the How to Train Your Dragon Films.
Roger Deakins was born in England to a builder and an actress. In his early life he focused on painting, and eventually attended the Bath School of Art and Design to study graphic design. It was during this time that he took up an interest in photography, and began a career in it. Later he attended the Buckinghanshire National Film and Television School. After graduating, Roger worked as a cameraman at many places around the world including at sea filming Yacht racing, and several countries in Africa. He bagan focusing on films in 1990 with Mountains of the Moon.
Roger Deakins was an Oscar Nominee for "Best Achievement in Cinematography" and "Best Cinematography" for a variety of films, and won in 2018 for his work on Blade Runner 2049. He also won several BAFTA Awards for "Best Cinematography" on films including Blade Runner 2049, True Grit, No Country for Old Men, and The Man Who Wasn't There.
|1996||Fargo||Director of Photography||Film|
|2000||Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?||Director of Photography||Film|
|2011||Puss in Boots||Visual Consultant||Film|
How to Train Your Dragon Franchise Filmography
|2010||How to Train Your Dragon||Visual Consultant||Feature film|
|2014||How to Train Your Dragon 2||Visual Consultant||Feature film|
|2019||How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World||Visual Consultant||Feature film|