Jo Jago B.S.C

1912 - 7.3.2001

Jago began his career shooting documentaries and short subjects particularly during WWII and a number of “B” features followed, many with director John Baxter. He was a cameraman for Pathé News from 1934 to 1955.
His other credits are second unit on Night in the City (1950) directed by Jules Dassin and photographed by Mutz Greenbaum (Max Greene BSC) as well as aerial camera for The Sound Barrier (1952) directed by David Lean and photographed by Jack Hildyard BSC and second unit for The Cruel Sea (1953) directed by Charles Frend and photographed by Gordon Dines BSC.
His last credit is for a documentary short titled Metal Matters (1978)

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