Constantine Makris

Constantine Makris is a Greek-American television director, producer, and cinematographer. Makris became especially well-known for his work on Law & Order, for which he was the cinematographer for 156 of its episodes. His work on Law & Order led to him winning three cinematography-related Emmy Awards in 1993, 1997, and 1998; and a nomination in 2000. That same year, Makris became a television director, first starting with two episodes of the TV series Deadline. He has since directed 62 episodes for Law & Order, and also directed for its spin-offs Law & Order: SVU (for which he directed 25 episodes), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (for which he directed nine episodes), the short-lived Law & Order: Trial by Jury (for which he directed two episodes), and Law & Order: LA (for which he directed one episode). Makris also directed episodes for The Unusuals, FlashForward, Rescue Me, Warehouse 13, and Criminal Minds. Most recently, Constantine directed five Orange is the New Black episodes.


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February 11, 2017

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