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Chris W. Fallin is a camera operator and cinematographer who worked as visual effects motion control operator on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Fallin worked as camera operator on the television series Still the Beaver, the comedy Senior Week (1987), the comedy Parenthood (1989), the action film Days of Thunder (1990), the crime comedy Oscar (1991, with Richard Kelley and Frank Detone, Jr.), the crime thriller Point Break (1991, with Waverly Smothers), the sequel Lethal Weapon 3 (1992), the action thriller Passenger 57 (1992), the comedy Matinee (1993), the drama Apollo 13 (1995), the television series The Cape (1996), and the action sequel Bad Boys II (2003).

He also worked as second unit, special effects unit and aerial unit cinematographer/director of photography on the short comedy The Lottery (1989), the television series Superboy, Dracula: The Series (1990-1991), Super Force (1991-1992, starring Ken Olandt), and Swamp Thing (1992, starring Dick Durock), the comedy Cop and ½ (1993), and the television series Thunder in Paradise (1994), From the Earth to the Moon (1998), The Unit (2007), and Life (2009), the short drama The Next Mrs. Jacob Anderson (2009) on which he also worked as production manager, and the science fiction horror film The Rig (2010) for which he also wrote the characters and the story.

More recently, Fallin worked as camera coordinator on episodes of Huge (2010, directed by Allison Liddi-Brown) and Make It or Break It (2011). He is also the president and CEO of the company Architect Films. [1]

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