ROB SCARBOROUGH CSC is a director of photography located in Toronto Canada. He works in both the US and Canada.
Rob's portfolio contains a healthy blend of high-profile commercials, documentaries, series TV and independent films. Most recently he won a Canadian Screen Award for Best Photography in a Comedy for his work on the CBC / IFC Baroness Von Sketch Show Season 4.
Rob's portfolio contains a healthy blend of high-profile commercials, feature films, documentaries, and independent gigs. His commercial for the brand 18 Waits (LOST WEEKEND) received a CSC award for best commercial cinematography. Another project (SESSIONS X) garnered him another nomination in 2016. Prior to that he was responsible for the Toronto Blue Jays national TV spot LOGO FOR LIFE, which won Gold at the Sports Media Marketing Awards. His other commercial work includes spots for ROGERS, MCDONALD'S, CANADIAN TIRE, SPECTRUM, FORD, MAZDA, BELL, SKITTLES, BEST BUY, CADBURY, DESJARDIN, SMIRNOFF, TIM HORTONS, SPEEDSTICK, WALMART, BMO and more.
His feature film work includes ROOM FOR RENT (starring Brett Gelman, Stephnie Weir, Carla Gallo and Mark McKinney), THE DEFINITES, YOUR BEAUTIFUL CUL DE SAC HOME, and b-unit cinematography on NO STRANGER THAN LOVE (starring Alison Brie, Justin Chatwin and Colin Hanks). He was DP on an array of TV shows, such as FOR THE RECORD, BARONESS VON SKETCH SHOW, WHATEVER, LINDA as others for History Channel, Discovery Channel and National Geographic.
He also served as cinematographer on music videos by BILLY TALENT, CLASSIFIED, CANADIAN TENORS, THE JUNCTION, THE CREEPSHOW, JASON BLAINE and SHAD, among others.
AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS:
*WINNER- Canadian Screen Awards (CSA) 2020 - Best Photography Comedy - Baroness Von Sketch Show S4
*WINNER - CSC Award 2015 - Best Branded Content - 18 WAITS "Lost Weekend"
*WINNER - CSC Award 2015 - Best Webeo Cinematography - WHATEVER, LINDA - Episode 106
*NOMINEE - CSC Award 2016 - SESSIONS X - Gowan "Strange Animal"
*NOMINEE - CSC Award 2014 - Best Commercial Cinematography - 18 WAITS "Shore Leave"