Alex Carr is known for work as a digital imaging technician (DIT) on Walt Disney’s “Tomorrowland,” the first movie released in high dynamic range, and on Universal Pictures “Oblivion,” the first motion picture shot with the Sony F65 ultra high resolution and wide color gamut camera. Both were photographed by renowned cinematographer Claudio Miranda, ASC. More recently, Carr served as the DIT on Paramount Pictures’ “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” with Dione Bebe, ASC. In addition, Alex creates software tools used for camera network control and metadata insertion into the Avid pipeline. He works closely with Sony Electronics and postproduction software company ColorFront to provide a stable and reliable workflow from the set through postproduction.