Also a member of the CSC, the Canadian cinematographer’s credits include the television series The Twilight Zone, The Umbrella Academy, Fargo, Under the Banner of Heaven, and the upcoming Utap.
Craig Wrobleski, ASC, CSC attended Mount Royal University, and after graduation, he started his career as a studio camera operator at CFCN Television in Calgary. There, he found a pile of American Cinematographer magazines and “became fascinated with the idea of using the camera to create worlds and tell stories,” he says.
After a year, Wrobleski left his position and started work as a cinematographer on documentary and sports projects. He then climbed the ranks by photographing short-form work, including commercials, music videos and short films; second-unit work; and then features and television series.
Wrobleski earned an ASC Award nomination for his work on The Twilight Zone (2019 series) and three Canadian Society of Cinematographers (CSC) Awards, for his camerawork on the Netflix series The Umbrella Academy, the FX series Fargo, and the short film June.
His impressive list of television credits also includes the FX on Hulu drama Under the Banner of Heaven, Amazon Prime Video sci-fi drama Tales from the Loop, Apple Plus mystery Home Before Dark, FX superhero drama Legion, CBS drama Zoo, and CBS Canada family drama Heartland.
His feature work includes The Unholy, In the Tall Grass, 45 R.P.M., and Rufus.
Wrobleski’s upcoming credits includes the Netflix series Utap, written by and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.