Master documentary cinematographer who shot films for both Robert Flaherty and Joris Ivens before turning to narrative features. After a couple of Hollywood pictures, most notably "High Noon" (1952), Crosby began a long-time collaboration with producer-director Roger Corman. Son is rock 'n' roll performer David Crosby of Crosby, Stills and Nash fame.
Director (Feature Film)
Cinematography (Feature Film)
Film Production - Main (Feature Film)
Accompanied anthropologist William Beebe to Haiti, shooting still and movie footage
First feature as director of photography, "Tabu"
Sole directing credit (with John S. Clarke Jr. and David M. Newell), "Matto Grosso" (also co-photographer)