Joe Arcidiacono grew up in Houston but came to New York city to attend Columbia College and never left. He has been working as a cinematographer for over 15 years after coming up wearing many other hats in the film and television industry. He has shot two feature films in the past few years, most recently, The Congressman, starring Treat Williams and Elizabeth Marvel, and written and co-directed by an former congressman, Bob Mrazek. He was a cinematographer on the documentary, God Grew Tired of Us, directed by Tommy Walker and Chris Quinn, that won the Audience Award and Grand Jury Prize at Sundance. He has shot countless commercials, industrials, documentaries and promos for a wide variety of clients including, Amazon, Chase, Starbucks, Verizon, Prudential, Starwood, Toyota, Chrysler, Target, as well as shooting Emmy award winning PSA’s with HBO and MTV.