Michael Goi is an American cinematographer, television and film director.
Michael Goi, ASC, ISC was born and raised in Chicago. He attended Columbia College, graduating as valedictorian of his class with a BA in Film. He subsequently served as a part-time instructor at the college, teaching lighting and basic film techniques. He has compiled over 70 narrative credits, including films for cinema and television screens such as "American Horror Story," "Glee," "Salem" and "The Town That Dreaded Sundown." He has received Emmy nominations for "Glee", "My Name Is Earl" and "American Horror Story." He was nominated for the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Outstanding Achievement Award for the telefilms "The Fixer" and "Judas" and for the pilot "The New Normal" and the mini-series "American Horror Story: Asylum". He also wrote and directed the dramatic feature film "Megan Is Missing" about the subject of internet predators, and several episodes of "American Horror Story" and other shows..
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- One of 115 people invited to join AMPAS in 2007.
- Member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC).
- Was made an Honorary Member of the Indian Society Of Cinematographers (ISC) on June 26th, 2010, in recognition "for his outstanding contributions to cinematography and fostering solidarity among international cinematographers.".