“The Walking Tiring” Season 11, Episode 9 (“No Numerous Formula”) is dedicated to the leisurely Stephen F. Campbell, a used digicam operator and director of photography who labored on the long-running sequence for seven seasons. Campbell’s demise at the age of 65 was launched final November in a Facebook put up by his daughter. No clarification for demise was given.
In accordance to IMDb, Campbell is credited because the director of photography on a total of 36 episodes of the sequence. His first “Walking Tiring” work came as a digicam operator in Season 4, Episode 7 (“Tiring All every other time”), whereas his remaining credit because the director of photography seemed in Season 10, Episode 16 (“A Certain Doom”), an episode which aired in October 2020. Sooner than his work on the AMC sequence, Campbell also manned identical tasks on a diversity of more than just a few film and television productions, alongside with the similarly themed 2009 film “Zombieland.”
Campbell’s additional credits as director of photography encompass three episodes of a 2017 documentary sequence titled “Lore,” two episodes of 2012’s “The Inbetweeners,” nine episodes of 1999’s “Mortal Kombat: Conquest,” and a plethora of more than just a few short movies, TV movies, miniseries, and aspects. Campbell also held jobs as a digicam operator on television projects cherish “Quit and Exhaust Fire,” “Graceland,” “Sheena,” and “The Sopranos.” Well-known film contributions also encompass work on 1997’s “Rosewood,” 1998’s “The Water Boy,” 2000’s “Hoover,” 2004’s “The Punisher,” and 2018’s “Forever My Lady.”
In accordance to his obituary (by Tribute Archive), Campbell is survived by his wife, Pamela Campbell; mother, Rita Ryan Campbell; 5 kids, Aubrie Canfield, Ian Campbell, Cameron Ilan, Fiona Campbell, and Riley Campbell; and three adoring young grandchildren.