Director | Producer | Cinematographer | Still Photographer | Author
A founder of Florentine Films, Roger Sherman is a producer, director, cinematographer, still photographer, and author. His films have won an Emmy, a Peabody, a James Beard Award; and have received two Academy Award nominations. His subjects include art, history, science, social issues, the environment, and food.
- Charlie Rose called ALEXANDER CALDER, his PBS American Masters Special
“An extraordinary American masterpiece.”
- The Wall Street Journal said RICHARD RODGERS: THE SWEETEST SOUNDS, another American Masters Special, was
“Perhaps the best film ever produced in the American Masters PBS series.”
- Of THE RESTAURATEUR, a portrait of Danny Meyer, Kat Kinsman, writing for CNN's Eatocracy, said
“Beg, borrow as needed, but do yourself a favor and see Roger Sherman’s doc.”
- About MEDAL OF HONOR, The New York Post said,
"There won’t be anything more worth your while on TV.”
OTHER FILMS BY ROGER SHERMAN
Zapruder & Stolley: Witness to an Assassination
The Rhythm of My Soul
Beyond Black and White
The American Brew
Don’t Divorce the Children
Strings Without Borders
The Garden of Eden
Fast Eddie and the Boys
Roger is the cinematographer on most of the films he creates. He works freelance, shooting The Gates for Maysles Films,Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fats Domino for The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Mayan pyramids for the National Gallery of Art and many others.
Roger shoots food, gardens, travel, portraits, food and whatever else catches his eye. His work has appeared in Town & Country, Saveur, Budget Travel, Garden Design, MetHome, and Newsweek. He photographed The Brisket Book by Stephanie Pierson.