Rick Page is a Director and Cinematographer in television and film, known for TV shows Brooklyn Nine Nine (2013-2021, NBC, Emmy & Golden Globe), The Sex Lives of College Girls (HBO max), Grand Crew (NBC), Blockbuster (Netflix) and multi-award winner "An Uncandid Portrait" (2021, Tribeca Film Festival). Starting over 30 years ago as a camera assistant, Rick’s extensive career spans television, feature films, commercials, IMAX, music videos, documentaries and web series.
As a member of both the International Cinematographers Guild and the Directors Guild of America (DGA), his past films have won numerous awards including Best Cinematography, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor, and Best Shorts. In 2002, his short film Water With Food Coloring was shown in limited theatrical release. He's also earned several Tellys, CINE Golden Eagle and Golden Aurora awards for directing.
Feature film credits (assisting/operating) include "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone," "Grudge Match," "Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas" and "High School Musical 3." Network TV includes "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "Benched," "Up All Night," "Go On," "A Lyon in the Kitchen," "Promised Land" and "Touched By An Angel."
Growing up in Buffalo, NY, Rick started making films in high school and later graduated with a BA in Film Studies from the University of Utah, earning scholarships and awards for his student films. Concurrently, he learned lighting, camera operating and directing while working at the PBS affiliate, KUED in Salt Lake City.