About Jeffrey Anderson
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was born in Englewood, New Jersey, grew up in New York City and relocated to
Salt Lake City in the ’90s. He started a photography and cinematography career
shooting musicians in New York clubs such as The Ritz, Mud Club and CBGB’s. He
shot The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, and other music legends from Al Hirt to
Willie Nelson. In addition, his production company was the production company of
record for French National Television (TF1) in New York. In New York he also
produced AT&T's first interactive commercial projects.
In Salt Lake, with TeleScene, Silver Creek and New Moon, Jeff directed broadcast commercials for automotive clients including Ford and Nissan Motor Companies. His cinematography was commissioned by the Utah Travel Council, the US Ski Team and Warren Miller Entertainment. Utah corporate clients included The American Linen Corporation (Alsco) and Myriad Genetics for multi-discipline media projects. Environmental photography projects included work in the Costa Rican rainforest with the World Bank. Awards included multiple Broadcast Designer Awards and several ADDY’s. He was also a finalist in the International Monitor Awards for best achievement in a national commercial.
Today, Jeff builds photographic narratives, defining particular places by their balance between isolation and strength. Lincoln County was the first of these projects manifesting essential American character and grace.