Theodore Caloroso

Theodore Caloroso is an American Cinematographer and Producer.  His experience in the motion picture industry is extremely diverse.  He is known for his creativity and bold imagery. 

Caloroso started out his career as a Camera Service/Prep Tech at Clairmont Camera in 1989.  He worked for Clairmont Camera for three years, and worked as a Prep Tech at Panavision Tarzana for two years. 

Caloroso joined Local 600 in 1995.  He is known for - 'A Love Song for Bobby Long', 'Ned's Declassified School Survival', 'Unfabulous', 'NCIS', 'House', 'Demon Legacy', 'Fragments', 'Thirteen', 'I Am Sam', 'Legally Blonde 2', 'White Oleander', 'The Animal', 'Kung Pow Enter the Fist', 'Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World', and 'Don't Be a Menace in S. Central'.

Theodore created the reality TV series 'Texas Women' on CMT.