For the last sixteen years Miklos Buk has been living and working as a cinematographer in New York, Los Angeles and Budapest. He has shot several projects since with Michel Gondry, Tim Blake Nelson, Joan Stein. Miklos recently finished a feature film based on the book of Henry David Thoreau: WALDEN, LIFE IN THE WOODS directed by Alex Harvey. He was a DP on feature films such as THE SEAGULL by Anton Chekhov directed by Brian Mertes and Alex Harvey, John Harkrider's Mitchellville (2nd Camera, 35mm, 2003), Tony Spiridakis’ Noise (2nd. Camera, 16mm, 2004), and George Pinter's The Dump (35mm/DV, 1998), also Pearl Gluck’s The Divan. Before moving to New York he directed the photography on several shorts including Ambulance (16mm, Film Academy of Budapest, 1996), which won awards at the Bologna Short Film Festival and Milan Film Festival. He graduated at The American Film Institute Conservatory with an MFA. He was trained and received a BA at the Academy of Theater and Motion Picture Arts in Budapest, Hungary, 1995 - 2000, and was selected to be part of the Kodak Master Class of Worldwide DP Students in 1997 in Budapest.