Began his career in the early 1910s and enjoyed a productive relationship with director Frank Borzage on films such as "Seventh Heaven" (1927). Palmer worked primarily for Fox through the 1940s and in England during the 50s.
Cinematography (Feature Film)
Film Production - Main (Feature Film)
First credit for photography, "The Prisoner of Zenda"
Was the D.P. For a few Frank Borzage silents, the first being "Wages for Wives"
Won an Academy Award, with Ray Rennahan, for his photography of the feature, "Blood and Sand"
Last cinematographic effort, "Zoo Baby"