Mikael Salomon made his directing debut in 1992 on the CBS pilot Space Rangers, which was subsequently picked up by the network. He went on to work on the series The Fugitive and The Agency. Salomon directed the first and final episodes for the award-winning HBO limited series, Band of Brothers, produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg. He won an Emmy for his directorial work on this series. Telefilm credits include CBS' Aftershock and FOX's Sole Survivor. Salomon is currently working on the TNT limited series The Grid, premiering this summer. Prior to directing, Salomon received Academy Award® nominations for cinematography on The Abyss and for visual effects work on Backdraft. He also won a Danish Academy Award for The Flying Devils and a Danish Film Critic's Award for Hearts Are Trump. In 1986, Salomon won the Cable ACE for his first U.S. project, HBO's The Man Who Broke 1000 Chains. Prior to Salomon's directing debut, he had shot more than 50 features in the U.S. and Europe, and is an accomplished commercial director.