George Spiro Dibie, ASC, was one of the first cinematographers to move freely between film and video productions. His first multi-camera show was Buffalo Bill. Some of his other television credits include Barney Miller, Murphy Brown, Driving Miss Daisy, Room for Two, Trouble with Larry, Nothing n Common, My Sister Sam, Locals, The Ellen Burstyn Show, Andrea, Night Court, Head of the Class, A Girl’s Best Friend, Kelly, Kelly, Good Behavior, Sister, Sister, and Diresta and more.
He has earned six Emmys® and a total of 10 nominations. His awards include the Chris Statuette (Columbus Film Festival), The Gold Award (Houston International Film Festival), Man of the Year (American Society of Lighting Designers), Artistic merit/Community Leadership (Eastman Kodak Company), Special Mentorship Award (Eastman Kodak Company), First Entertainment Industry Workplace Aids Tackforce Award and IATSE International Presidents Award.
He is the first to serve as the National President of the International Cinematographers Guild (ICG), Local 600 IATSE. He is an active member of the DGA, The Society of Lighting Designers, The CSUN Entertainment Advisory Committee, and serves on the Board of Governors of the America Society of Cinematographers. He is also on the following Television Academy committees; Diversity/Outreach, NOHO, Awards, and the Cinematography Peer Group.
He also conducts cinematography and lighting workshops on a local and national level for members of ICG and cinema students.