(written from a Production point of view)
Frederick Iannone is a camera operator and cinematographer who worked as First Assistant Camera Operator on several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Prior to his work on Star Trek, Iannone worked as assistant camera operator on the television drama See China and Die (1981), the mystery film Q (1982), the horror thriller Special Effects (1984), the sport drama On the Edge (1986), the drama Made in U.S.A. (1987), the television series Tour of Duty and The Wonder Years, the drama Homeboy (1988), the drama Heart of Dixie (1989), the television series Tales from the Crypt, and the science fiction sequel Predator 2 (1990).
Further credits as assistant and "A" camera operator include the comedy Father of the Bride (1991), the television series Raven (1992-1993), the action thriller Broken Arrow (1996, with Christian Slater), the television thriller A Deadly Vision (1997), the television series Soldier of Fortune, Inc. (1997-1999, with Melinda Clarke), the thriller Deep Blue Sea (1999), the television drama Ali: An American Hero (2000), the television series Angel (2000), Without a Trace (2002), Six Feet Under (2001-2004), CSI: New York (2004-2005), Head Cases (2005), THe Sopranos (2007), Journeyman (2007), Big Love (2009), Lie to Me (2009), and NCIS: Los Angeles (2009-2011).
Iannone's credits as cinematographer are the short films Cowgirl (1996, with Tim Lounibos), Cabin Fever (1998), and In Order of Appearance (2005), episodes of Six Feet Under (2001-2004), the crime comedy Hot Tamale (2006), the comedy The Weekend (2007), the short drama Blood Moon (2011), and the thriller The Culling (2012).