Cinematographer Judd Overton’s (reel) second season of the hit show No Activity (CBS All Access) drops all 8 episodes on Thanksgiving!
The series features appearances by a who's who of today's hottest comedic talent including Oscar Winner J.K. Simmons, Tim Meadows, Bob Odenkirk and Jessica Alba. The show is produced by Adam McKay and Will Ferrell's Gary Sanchez and Funny or Die.
IndieWire praised Overton's work on the first season, mentioning his “exquisite shots”.
The LA Times called the show "'Waiting for Godot' as a police procedural".
Judd’s comedic chops also on show in Netflix’s The Letdown, in 250 countries worldwide. Creators Bell and Scheller praise Overton's work;
"He’s meticulous, extremely patient and adaptable. He's got a cinematic eye and a calm, determined approach to getting the shot."
Judd Overton is an internationally awarded Director of Photography based in Los Angeles. A graduate of Australia’s National Film School AFTRS, Judd has over 20 years experience in the film and television industry and his cinematography has been awarded and nominated internationally including;
The Academy Awards, Berlinale, Camerimage and Australian Academy (AACTA) and Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS).
His AACTA Winning project THAT SUGAR FILM is Australia’s highest grossing documentary of all time and is distributed by Samuel Goldwyn and STORIES OF AUSTRALIAN CINEMA is Nominated for the 2018 International Emmy’s.
In addition, Overton has photographed hundreds of television commercials for companies and directors around the world. Clients include; Audi, Toyota, Hyundai, Converse, McDonalds, Motorola, Master Card, Vodaphone, Jacobs Creek, G Star.
2016 ACS Awards - Silver Award Winner
THAT SUGAR FILM
2015 ACS Awards - Gold Award Winner / AACTA Best Feature Documentary / Berlinale Generations Program
THE RED SHOES
2015 ACS Awards - Gold Winner
2013 ACS Awards - Silver Winner / 2013 Dance Awards - Winner
THE BOY CASTAWAYS
2013 ACS Awards - Bronze Award Winner / Premiere Adelaide Film Festival
THE BED THE CHAIR, THE STAIR THE FLOOR
2012 ACS Awards - Gold Award Winner
2010 Berlinale Crystal Bear for Best Short Film / 2010 MIFF Best Short
2008 ACS Awards - Silver Award Winner
2007 Academy Award ‘OSCAR’ Nominee for Best Short